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    #1

    naturally cheerful

    NEAKA
    Literally 'root cheerful'. It is a slang
    term used mostly by young people in Japan.
    Are there similar slang words in English?
    Cheerful not only now but it is his/her
    born trait.
    NEKURA
    Literally 'root somber'. The opposite of the above.
    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: naturally cheerful

    I don't know of a slang term, but we say 'disposition'

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    #3

    Re: naturally cheerful

    Quote Originally Posted by Itasan
    NEAKA
    Literally 'root cheerful'. It is a slang
    term used mostly by young people in Japan.
    Are there similar slang words in English?
    Cheerful not only now but it is his/her
    born trait.
    NEKURA
    Literally 'root somber'. The opposite of the above.
    Thank you.
    In casual use, you could say "he's born cheerful" or "born sombre".


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    #4

    Re: naturally cheerful

    Thank you very much, everybody.

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