6 Replies ・ Started by Bere at 2022-07-31 00:33:09 UTC ・ Last reply by Bere at 2022-07-31 16:31:22 UTC 呆気なく落ちる Hi. Can anyone help me with the meaning of this phrase? Thanks Leebo at 2022-07-31 01:10:32 UTC Where did it come from? 落ちる can have many meanings, so it's hard to say specifically what it means with no context. 呆気ない means "abrupt" or "over too quickly" or "less than expected", something along those lines. Here it modifies 落ちる, which can mean "to fall" in a literal sense, but it also has many more abstract meanings. Bere at 2022-07-31 02:16:29 UTC The complete sentence is: あいつが呆気なく落ちたのがわかるくらい美人でびっくりしたよ。 Leebo at 2022-07-31 09:50:52 UTC From that sentence I'd say it's the "fall in love" meaning of 落ちる. Leebo at 2022-07-31 09:58:14 UTC And yeah, just to put it together with 呆気なく, it means something like "all to easily fall (in love)" in that case. Leebo at 2022-07-31 09:58:38 UTC Bleh... I hate that you can't edit here... "All too easily fall (in love)". Bere at 2022-07-31 16:31:22 UTC Oh, thanks you very much!! Log in to reply.