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Covered in with 〜だらけ

A noun followed by だらけ it means something is “covered in” or “filled with” that noun, which is something undesirable.

だらけ may be followed by の then the item covered, but this may be excluded when the item is obvious.

This is used for things covering in a scattered way.


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