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how to say brilliant in something ? Konbanwa minna :D how to say in Japanese , brilliant in something ? ex : brilliant in Japanese club . can i use mezashii ? or umai ? or ?
Apr 26, 2011 2:05 AM
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Mezamashii can also have the meaning of Brilliant, and many Japanese-English dictionary say so, but I think this word is rather used to describe "noticeable" or "marked" change in a positive direction. For example, the sentence "a marked improvement" can be said "めざましい進歩(Mezamashii Sinpo)" in Japanese. Unlike the word Brilliant, you can't use Mezamashii with anything haven't changed. When you want to talk about some static matters, you'd better to use what I have answered.
April 27, 2011
Wakatta :D and what about Mezamashii ? isn't mean Brilliant ?
April 26, 2011
You can say "最高の(something)" or "とびっきりいい(something)". In this case, it will be "最高の日本人クラブ" or "とびっきりいい日本人クラブ".
April 26, 2011
brilliant = 最高 (さいこう);すばらしい
April 26, 2011
Oops (above)
April 26, 2011
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