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悪天候, あくてんこう

  • akutenkō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • bad weather

Examples of 悪天候,あくてんこう in a Sentence

He came in spite of bad weather.
You had better not go out in this bad weather.
The bad weather marred the ceremony.
The bad weather is responsible for the delay.
There is no going out in this stormy weather.
The special lecture was put off until the next day due to the bad weather.
He was forced to go back because of the bad weather.
This bad weather will affect the crops.
Unfortunately, Brian met with bad weather.
The radio gave a warning of bad weather.

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