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プロポーズ

  • puropōzu

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • (marriage) proposal

Examples of プロポーズ in a Sentence

女は喜んでプロポーズ受け入れた
She gladly accepted his proposal.
その女性プロポーズ受けるべきかどうか迷った。
The woman was at a loss whether to accept his proposal or not.
彼女プロポーズする好機ためらわず利用しろよ。
Don't hesitate to take the opportunity to propose to her.
手短に言えば女はプロポーズ断ったのだ
To put it briefly, she turned down his proposal.
もっと勇気あったらはメアリーにプロポーズしていたかもしれない
With more courage, I might have proposed to Mary.
プロポーズしないうちから結婚式計画するのは、本末転倒
Planning the wedding before proposing is putting the cart before the horse.
思い切って女にプロポーズした
He dared to propose to her.
プロポーズして欲しかったらおいしいものたくさん食べさせよ
If you want a man to propose marriage, feed him well.
If I were you, I would propose to her.
あなたばついちってってプロポーズしてるの?
Are you proposing, knowing that this won't be my first marriage?

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