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引用, いんよう

  • in'yō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru, nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • quotation
  • citation
  • reference

Examples of 引用,いんよう in a Sentence

Can you quote a line of Hamlet?
I expect you can tell from the quoted text, but this is a book written in a colloquial style.
He often quotes from Shakespeare.
The exhortation "Don't quote Wikipedia" was included in the Asahi newspaper of yesterday or the day before.
These quotations were effective in sending complex messages to his friends, because, in his day, people could quote from such authors with every expectation of being understood.
These words came out of the book you have.
We wish to quote a part of your paper in our new catalogue.
Love your neighbour as yourself is a quotation from the Bible.
These are all quotations from the Bible.
The data cited in King's research is taken from UNESCO's 1970 white paper on world population.

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