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口調, くちょう

  • kuchō

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • tone (e.g. of voice, etc.)
  • (verbal) expression

Examples of 口調,くちょう in a Sentence

断固たる口調」と言った
No, he said in a decided tone.
She spoke in soft tones.
She spoke in mild accents.
He addressed the audience in a soft voice.
He addressed the audience in a soft tone.
She speaks clearly enough to be easily understood.
As soon as he entered the classroom, our teacher burst into angry speech.
She speaks clearly to be easily understood.
口調少しおかしい
His accent sounds a little quaint.
His tone was one of sorrow.

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