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共和国, きょうわこく

  • kyōwakoku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • republic
  • commonwealth

Examples of 共和国,きょうわこく in a Sentence

The United States is a republic.
As for the standard of living, the republic has caught up with the West.
The United States is a republic - the United Kingdom is not.
As for the standard of living, the republic has overtaken other developed countries.
He immediately started the next attack on the republic.
After the revolution, France became a republic.
Soviet and Western observers have warned that if the Muslim republics do not join the commonwealth, they may from a separate group, setting up a volatile ethnic and religious split.
The colony declared independence and become a republic.
A republic is a nation whose head is not a king or queen, but a president.
The leader of the new republic is bucking under political pressures.

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