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何者, なにもの

  • nanimono


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • who
  • what kind of person

Examples of 何者,なにもの in a Sentence

So I want to explain who these people are.
Who in the world is the fellow over there?
Who the devil was that?
Who are you that you spoke thus to me?
What are you?
We Germans fear God, but nothing else in the world.
Without water, nothing could live on this earth.
I don't know for certain who he is.
I don't mind in the slightest who he is.

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