Vocab Info

A1 う-Verb

びびる

to feel nervous, to feel self-conscious, to feel surprise, to get cold feet, to get the jitters, to feel frightened

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      う-Verb

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      五段動詞

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      新人(しんじん)俳優(はいゆう)(だい)舞台(ぶたい)にびびっています。

      The rookie actor is getting cold feet on the big stage. {to feel nervous, to feel self-conscious, to feel surprise, to get cold feet, to get the jitters, to feel frightened}

      • N1

      (ぼく)面接(めんせつ)(かん)(まえ)にして(すこ)しびびっている。

      I am feeling a bit nervous in front of the interviewer. {to feel nervous, to feel self-conscious, to feel surprise, to get cold feet, to get the jitters, to feel frightened}

      • N1

      (わたし)はびびって()きな(ひと)花火(はなび)大会(たいかい)(さそ)えませんでした。

      I got cold feet and couldn't invite the person I like to the fireworks festival. {to feel nervous, to feel self-conscious, to feel surprise, to get cold feet, to get the jitters, to feel frightened}

      • N1

      相手(あいて)にびびっている(こと)がバレたらまずい。平気(へいき)なふりをしないと!

      It would be bad if the other person found out that I'm feeling frightened. I must pretend to be okay! {to feel nervous, to feel self-conscious, to feel surprise, to get cold feet, to get the jitters, to feel frightened}

      • N1

      (なに)試合(しあい)(たたか)ってきたあのプロレスラーが試合(しあい)にびびっているはずがありません。

      There's no way that pro wrestler, who has fought in countless matches, would get cold feet in a match. {to feel nervous, to feel self-conscious, to feel surprise, to get cold feet, to get the jitters, to feel frightened}

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