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抗議, こうぎ

  • kōgi


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru, nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • protest
  • objection

Examples of 抗議,こうぎ in a Sentence

I interpreted this as a protest.
Not only did they ignore the protest, they also lied to the press.
You must speak out against injustice.
People are protesting against nuclear weapons.
Rev. King led protests and demonstrations all over the country during the next few years.
All the students protested against the war.
From time to time, a proposal to pull down a much-loved old building to make room for a new block of flats, raises a storm of angry protest.
Some of Martin Luther King's supporters began to question his belief in peaceful protests.
At first only a few people protested, but now they're all coming out of the woodwork.
I dismissed the protest.

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