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行ったり来たり, 行ったりきたり, いったりきたり

  • ittarikitari


Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • going to and fro
  • back and forth

Examples of 行ったり来たり,行ったりきたり,いったりきたり in a Sentence

It's a fiddle going to and fro between the keyboard and mouse so are there shortcuts to allow operation using only the keyboard?
We had to go up and down the slopes.
Pretty soon there were trolley cars going back and forth in front of the Little House.
Jack was pacing up and down in the room, lost in thought.
He walked to and fro in front of her house.
Pretty soon there was a subway going back and forth underneath the Little House.
He is going back and forth in front of the station.
He walked back and forth in front of the door, hesitating to enter.
If you have a car, you can come and go at will.
He was walking up and down the station platform.

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