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手数をかける, 手数を掛ける, てすうをかける

  • tesūwokakeru


Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Ichidan verb

  • to be a burden
  • to make trouble for someone

Examples of 手数をかける,手数を掛ける,てすうをかける in a Sentence

I'm sorry to trouble you so often.
This would be a favor, which I would be pleased to return at any time.
I'm sorry to trouble you.
Thank you for your trouble.
I'm sorry to give you all this trouble.
I am sorry that I have troubled you so much.

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