That’s a rip-off!:ぼったくりだ!Japanese Phrase #135

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That’s a rip-off!:ぼったくりだ!Japanese Phrase #135

Discover a new phrase each day to use in your Japanese! What does “ぼったくりだ!(bottakuri da)” mean? Visit daily to learn some popular Japanese phrases on a regular basis!

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When you feel something that is not worth what you pay for it, you would be able to use “ぼったくりだ!(bottakuri da)” which means “That’s a rip-off!”. “ぼったくりだ!” or “ぼったくりだろ!(bottakuri daro)” are basically used for boys/men and “ぼったくりだよ!(bottakuri dayo)” is used for girls/women. In Tokyo, basically everybody would say “ぼったくりじゃん!(bottakuri jan)”. The polite way to use it is “ぼったくりです!(bottakuri desu)”. The other way to use it is “____はぼったくりだ/です!(___ is/are a rip-off)”.

Example 1

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会計3万円かいけいさんまんえんになります。 (That’ll be 30,000 yen($300).) (结帐金额为3万元。) (합계 3만 엔입니다.) (Số tiền tổng cộng là 3 man yên ạ.)
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Example 2

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会計5万円かいけいごまんえんになります。 (That’ll be 50,000 yen($500).) (结帐金额为5万元。) (합계 5만 엔입니다.) (Số tiền tổng cộng là 5 man yên ạ.)
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