" だってばよ " what does it mean ?! I hear it in Naruto anime
Apr 23, 2011 3:22 PM
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Actually, for Japanese, it has an error in grammar. In grammatical manner, it should be "だってよ(I heard...)" or "だってば(I swear that...) ". So, you might consider this expression as "I heard that .... , and I think it is definitely true!". Remember that no one except Naruto use this expression :p
April 24, 2011
= that's what he said = that's what I said (depending on context) だって = you know something from another source other than yourself
April 23, 2011
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