Japanese Online Idioms (407)

85 名前: 名無しさん@日本語勉強中 05/02/21(Mon)02:07 ID:Heaven [Del]

>>84
Where did you take the sample from, anyway?:)

As an adjective, ブッチギリ sounds to me
very informal and a bit old (sometimes humorous),
meaning "going farther than the point that others expect", "winning sth such as a race completely", "doing something far better than expected", "dominant" or whatever.

The point is, you can use ブッチギリ
when you do something far too enough so
nobody can catch up with you and they are left far behind.
I hear the expression, such as when a marathon runner
wins a race a minute or two before another runner is finished:
彼/彼女はブッチギリで優勝しました.

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