〜にしては [〜にしては] (nishiteha)
Meaning: even though (it is) ; for
Example: its a cold day for June
JLPT Level: 2
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V/i/na/N[普通形] + にしては
意外な気持ち - An unexpected feeling
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|dc||closer to "wari ni" than "nimokakawarazu"|| |
|halx||Meaning: contrary to one's (natural) expectation|| |
|halx||I think the にしてはいけない examples sentences don't belong here.|| |
|adamstudio||X にしてはいけない must mean, "Even though you are doing X, that's not okay." || |
|bamboo4||I think there are two types of にしては mixed up in these examples.|
|hana||I also agree that the にしてはいけない examples should be moved.|| |
|赤毛||I don't understand "乱魔ﾉ" in [ex #3520]. Perhaps it means "乱麻の"?|
I don't understand the English translation of [ex #3530] and [ex #3531].
Perhaps an alternative translation for にしては is despite (Ex: despite being a foreigner, his Japanese is very good. ).
|赤毛||I created the entry tehaikenai for the にしてはいけない examples sentences. I moved Ex #3519, #3521, #3522, #3524, #3525, #3527 and #3528 to this new entry. They became #6770, #6771, #6772, #6773, #6774, #6775 and #6776 respectively. I found the way to conserve Dbxさん as author in the new entry. I changed Ex #3519, #3522, #3525 and #3527 to fit the nishiteha entry. Is it too much contribution?|| |
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