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外出, がいしゅつ, そとで

  • gaishutsu,sotode


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • outing
  • trip
  • going out

Examples of 外出,がいしゅつ,そとで in a Sentence

I went out with the heater on.
I went on the trip, leaving the house in her care.
Will you take care of the children while I'm out?
Mr. and Mrs. Smith are the sort of couple who don't go out much in the evenings.
You can go out, as long as you promise to be back by 11 o'clock.
You can go out on condition that you come home by seven.
Akira went out for a few minutes.
This letter arrived while you were out.
I thought you had better not go out.
You must not go out at night.

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