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携帯電話, けいたいでんわ

  • keitaidenwa


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • mobile telephone
  • cellular telephone

Examples of 携帯電話,けいたいでんわ in a Sentence

This type of mobile phone sells well.
You should turn off the mobile phone.
I want a cellular phone.
I want a cellular phone, but I don't have enough money to pay for one.
Even making an international phone call from a mobile, if it's Mobila then you can do it for 20 Yen per minute.
In addition to PCs, it can be used with cell phones.
Oh no! I wasn't paying attention and left my cell phone in the restaurant!
His mobile phone produced radio emissions that interfered with other phones.

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