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と言うより, というより

  • toiuyori


Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.)

  • rather than

Examples of と言うより,というより in a Sentence

He is more clever than wise.
He is not so much a teacher as a scholar.
She is more wise than clever.
I am a writer rather than a teacher.
He will learn these things not so much from what the other man says as from how he says it.
He is not so much a genius as a hard worker.
This book will do more harm than good.
Her mother was more wise than intelligent.
Mr Baker is not so much a scholar as a writer.
He is kind rather than gentle.

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