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公平, こうへい

  • kōhei


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • fairness
  • impartial
  • justice

Examples of 公平,こうへい in a Sentence

To do him justice, he is able.
We chose Father as a neutral judge of our disputes.
They should also be fair to others.
They argue that the distribution of wealth should be equitable.
Richard is fair, even to people he does not like.
Parents should deal fairly with their children.
He is just to a person.
To do her justice, she is not plain.
Turn about is fair play.
We're trying to make sure that the work is shared out equally.

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