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向け, むけ

  • muke


noun, used as a suffix

  • intended for ...
  • oriented towards ...
  • aimed at ...

Examples of 向け,むけ in a Sentence

Rides in the cars are for kids.
That novel isn't for children.
We will have a period of orientation for freshmen.
Banks are cutting lending to industrial borrowers.
Japan's exports to the entire world topped $314 billion in 1998.
This textbook is intended for foreign students.
These toys are suitable for girls.
They are too far in debt to get the small business loan.
This book is suitable for general readers.
Do you have a course for beginners?

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