Decoded Slug: ~もかまわず (〜mo kamawazu)

Japanese JLPT Grammar Point
~もかまわず (〜mo kamawazu)

~もかまわず (〜mo kamawazu)

Short explanation:

Express indifference or disregard; 'without hesitating', 'without worrying about'.


Verb-dictionary form + もかまわず, Noun + もかまわず


Kare wa mawari no hito mo kamawazu, oogoe de hanashimashita.
Without worrying about the people around him, he talked loudly.
Kanojo wa jikan mo kamawazu, yukkuri to hon wo yomitsuzukemashita.
She continued reading the book leisurely, without worrying about the time.
Kare wa samusa mo kamawazu, soto de undou shimashita.
He exercised outside without worrying about the cold.
Kanojo wa kiken mo kamawazu, kaji no naka ni tobikonde tasuke ni ikimashita.
She jumped into the fire without worrying about the danger to help.

Long explanation:

The ~もかまわず grammar point is used to express indifference or disregard, showing that someone does something without worrying or thinking about the consequences. It can be translated as 'without hesitating' or 'without worrying about' in English. It is attached to either nouns or verbs in their dictionary form.

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