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JLPT Taisaku 92#とばかりに

とばかりに


Meaning:


as if ; as if to say that; as if ~ were convinced that; as if ~ believed that; as if ~ decided that


Examples;

悟は「黙ってついてこい」とばかりに先に立って歩き出した。

Satoru started off (lit., began to walk ahead) as if to say: "don't anything and follow me."


課長は余計な質問はするなとばかりに私をにらみつけた。

My section chief glared at me as if to tell me not to ask any unnecessary questions.


霧が晴れたので、私は今がチャンスとばかりに写真を撮りまくった。

The fog had cleared, so I took pictures furiously, as if it were my only chance.


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