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共通点, きょうつうてん

  • kyōtsūten


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • common feature

Examples of 共通点,きょうつうてん in a Sentence

But we don't have anything in common at all.
The political systems of Britain and Japan have a great deal in common.
You and I have something in common.
They have nothing in common with the older generation.
I cannot understand why they are such good friends: they have little in common.
They have a lot something in common.
They don't have anything in common at all.
I have nothing in common with her.
The two premiers had nothing in common.
I have nothing in common with him.

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