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全財産, ぜんざいさん

  • zenzaisan


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • everything one owns

Examples of 全財産,ぜんざいさん in a Sentence

He risked losing all his fortune.
He gave away his entire fortune to an old friend's daughter, and expected nothing in return.
Investing all his fortune would not be enough.
His only son succeeded to all his wealth.
An inexperienced stock speculator could easily let his business go to pot and lose his entire fortune.
He handed over all his property to his son.
The artists pledged to contribute all his property to charity.
He is said to have lost all his money.
He lost his all.
Thanks to you, I spent all my money.

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