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諺, ことわざ

  • kotowaza


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • proverb
  • maxim

Examples of 諺,ことわざ in a Sentence

I have heard this proverb used.
An old proverb says that time is money.
This is a proverb the meaning of which I don't know.
What you have just said reminds me of an old saying.
This is a proverb the meaning of which I do not understand.
He quoted some famous proverbs from the Bible.
This proverb is worth remembering.
She knows many proverbs.
The old proverb still holds good in our modern society.
I wonder if there is any meaning to putting proverbs into English?

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