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[あわ()····]
awatadashisa
i adjective

Alternate Written Forms:

[あわただ()··]
awatadashisa
[あわただ()··]
awatadashisa

Matched Conjugations

Nominalized Objective Form
[あわ()····]
awatadashisa

English Meaning(s) for 慌ただしさ

i adjective
  1. busy; hurried; confused; flurried
* Please note, you are viewing the Japanese readings in the nominalized objective form, while the english meanings are based on the dictionary form.

Definition and Synonyms for 慌ただしさ

Busy actively or fully engaged or occupied
Synonyms: せわしい, せわしない, 匆々, 多忙, 多端, 忙しい, 忙しげ, 慌ただしい, 煩忙, 草々
Hurried moving rapidly or performed quickly or in great haste
Synonyms: 大急ぎ, 性急, 慌ただしい, 早急, 短兵急

Meanings for each kanji in 慌ただしさ

disconcerted; be confused; lose one's head Kanji Details »

Stroke Order Diagrams for 慌ただしさ

Conjugations for 慌ただしさ

Adjective stem
[あわ()···]
awatadashi
te-form
[あわ()·····]
awatadashikute
Negative te-form
[あわ()·······]
awatadashikunakute
Adverbial Form
[あわ()····]
awatadashiku
Plain Form
Present Indicative Form
[あわ()····]
awatadashii
Present Indicative Negative Form
[あわ()······]
awatadashikunai
Past Indicative Form
[あわ()······]
awatadashikatta
Past Indicative Negative Form
[あわ()········]
awatadashikunakatta
Provisional Form
Present Indicative Form
[あわ()······]
awatadashikereba
Present Indicative Negative Form
[あわ()········]
awatadashikunakereba
Present Indicative Negative Colloquial Form
[あわ()·······]
awatadashikunakya
Conditional Form
Present Indicative Form
[あわ()·······]
awatadashikattara
Present Indicative Negative Form
[あわ()·········]
awatadashikunakattara
Nominalized Form
Objective Form
[あわ()····]
awatadashisa

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