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慣習, かんしゅう

  • kanshū


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

  • usual (historical) custom

Examples of 慣習,かんしゅう in a Sentence

We have to respect local customs.
They stick to old customs in everything.
We have to do away with such a bad custom.
Ancient customs are dying out quickly today.
The new law has done away with the long-standing custom.
I'm not a Muslim and so I have no obligation to observe the fast but as long as I'm living in the same apartment having consideration for such a custom is important.
This custom should be done away with.
This tradition is followed in most households.
This practice has long since been done away with.
The anthropologist says old customs still prevail in the province.

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