English meaning of Japanese phrase Paku Paku?
- ShiraYanagiLv 52 decades agoFavorite Answer
1. munch / devour / snap at
gobble-gobble / scarf=scarf
ex: Someone muched on an apple.
ex: A dog munched at its food.
2. Someone opened and closed [shut] one's mouth now and then.
ex: A boy gasped in [with] surprise.
ex: That actress is only 「moving her lips [mouthing the words] and someone else is singing.
3. from 2.
ex: One of the side seams in the bag has come undone and it gapes open and shut.Source(s): dictionaries
- Anonymous6 years ago
english meaning japanese phrase paku paku: https://tinyurl.im/e/english-meaning-of-japanese-p...
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- Black DogLv 42 decades ago
Your answer is perfect!
Are you Japanese?
- 2 decades ago
i got the answer
paku paku ( eat in big mouthfuls, take quick bites)
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