How to say laid-back in Japanese

のうてんきnoutenkiノーてんきNOOtenki Inflection

adjectival noun / noun:

  • laid-back; carefree; easygoing; thoughtless; happy-go-lucky

Example Sentences

Yasunori leaned into the armrest and looked in bemusement at the breakfast laid before him.
It was Socrates who laid the foundation of logic.
The laborers were layed off for 3 weeks.
Supper was laid out on the table.
Life's seed is laid.

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