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現状, げんじょう

  • genjō


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

  • present condition
  • existing state
  • status quo

Examples of 現状,げんじょう in a Sentence

He deeply deplored the situation.
If this organization is left as it is, it will soon go bankrupt; its recovery is as difficult as swapping horses while crossing a stream.
This rule isn't suited to the present situation.
We are groping for a way out of the present situation.
The law, as it is, is not so severe.
Let well enough alone.
Under the circumstances, bankruptcy is inevitable.
Under the circumstances we have no choice but to surrender.
We cannot offer a further price reduction under the current circumstances.
In my opinion, we should pay more attention to the present state of affairs.

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