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幻想, げんそう

  • gensō

Definition

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

  • illusions

Examples of 幻想,げんそう in a Sentence

あなたの考えいわば幻想すぎません
Your idea is, as it were, a castle in the air.
Permanent peace is nothing but an illusion.
Sometimes reality and fantasy are hard to distinguish.
How is it that otherwise reasonable people come to believe that this same roof, that practically vanishing commodity, is freely obtainable just by packing up and going to another country?
現実幻想区別するのは難しい
Reality and fantasy are hard to distinguish.
Permanent peace is nothing but an illusion.
In my opinion, permanent peace is nothing but illusion.
He seems to be possessed with idle fancies.

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