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下手, したて, したで

  • shitate,shitade


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • humble position
  • inferior


  • underarm grip on opponent's belt (sumo)

Examples of 下手,したて,したで in a Sentence

Take care not to make a foolish move.
He comes from England, but is very poor at English.
Now Beth enters, stage right!
She is an appalling cook.
She is a poor cook.
The photo artist had trouble expressing himself.
She's very good at tennis, but she's not much of a swimmer.
Nothing is the matter with the car. It's just that you are a bad driver.
I am poor at tennis.
They'll be attacked if they carelessly express an original viewpoint, so they only report on the safe options.

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