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感覚, かんかく

  • kankaku


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

  • sense
  • sensation
  • feeling
  • intuition

Examples of 感覚,かんかく in a Sentence

I had no feeling in my fingers.
The pommel horse requires more balance than strength.
He is endowed with a sense of humor.
My arms went numb.
There is no feeling in my toes at all.
I can't help but feel that when I come here, all my senses are sharper than usual.
He has dull senses.
People are buying iMacs the same way they buy household appliances.
We never lose a certain sense we had when we were kids.
It is important to have a sense of your own.

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