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言葉, 詞, 辞, ことば, けとば

  • kotoba,ketoba


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • language
  • dialect


  • word
  • words
  • phrase
  • term
  • expression
  • remark


  • speech
  • (manner of) speaking

Examples of 言葉,詞,辞,ことば,けとば in a Sentence

One aspect of language is an intent to communicate, he says.
Such language doesn't harmonize with his character.
Words failed me.
The "Coalition of the Willing" is a phrase that refers to the countries that fought together against Iraq in the Iraq War.
The word fugusha ("disabled") might be insulting.
In that word is included the meaning of matching up to somebody’s particular wavelength.
Language is a means of communication.
Ah, that's true, Susan puts in, "I just wanted to call to ..."
When did the word "biotechnology" come into common use?
What are you referring to by "relationship"?

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