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Japanese Slang めっちゃ/meccha

Japanese Slang めっちゃ/meccha

There is a lot of slang in Japanese! It helps you to understand Manga, Anime, etc… Have you ever heard of めっちゃ/meccha? Let’s check it out!


 

1.めっちゃ/meccha

It means “So many” or “extreme”. This is a casual expression to exaggerate something and we often say めっちゃ in reference to mean “so many”,or “extreme”.

2.Example sentences

Here is the example sentences

  • イワシ、めっちゃ多い(So many sardines are there.)
  • イワシ、めっちゃめっちゃ多い(Sooooo many sardines are there. )
  • イワシ、めっちゃめっちゃめーーーーちゃ多い(Soooooooooooooo many sardines are there. )
  • めっちゃ疲れた(I am so tired.)
  • めっちゃ幸せ!(I am so happy. )
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3.Now you understand めっちゃ/meccha

Like I explained めっちゃ means “So many” or “extreme”.

Here is the appendix. Please check out the similar sound to めっちゃ.

  • めちゃくちゃ・・・ illogical or extreme
  • むっちゃ・・・ extreme
  • まっちゃ・・・green tea

Taka, Aquarium manager

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