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  • dehāru


Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Godan verb with `ru' ending (irregular verb)

  • to be (in contrast to something that is not the case)

Examples of ではある in a Sentence

The glacier moves but by inches.
In either case, the division is real and useful; but it can also be misleading.
Wealth may be a factor of happiness.
Although 475AD is the year that shows the 'decline' of the Roman Empire, it is not the year of its 'fall'.
Japanese seem to prefer picking a marriage partner as much like themselves as possible, finding a job that provides security and slow but steady advancement, and putting money in the bank.
The scholar spent what little money he had on books.
He is clever, no doubt, but he is cold, too.
It's possible, though rare, for humans to catch diseases from animals.
Officially it is his responsibility, but in fact his secretary does all the work.
I gave him what little information I had.

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