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About this で満ちている: when is で used and when is に満ちている more appropriate?
に満ちている means roughly that something is filled with something. で満ちている is used in a more descriptive way, such as "full of confidence". That being said, I kind of feel that the above sentence should be に満ちている. Truth be told, it is a bit confusing to me too.
Or, maybe it is appropriate to say that で denotes "all kinds of things" whereas に is a specific something.
I see thanks a lot.
Could you help me out with this sentence please? I want to say that the room is filled with smoke(cigarette).
Filled in a suggestion.