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一同, いちどう

  • ichidō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun, used as a suffix

  • all present
  • all concerned
  • all of us

Examples of 一同,いちどう in a Sentence

We were all assailed with fears.
The priest blessed the congregation.
The cast was given a standing ovation.
The politician said he was deeply indebted to everyone for their support in the election.
His joke set the company off into a fit of laughter.
On behalf of the company, I welcome you.
All my family is very well.
On behalf of the company, I welcome you.
The family was shook up when the grandmother died unexpectedly.

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