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今や, いまや

  • imaya


adverb (fukushi)

  • now (esp. in contrast to the past)
  • now at last
  • at present
  • right now

Examples of 今や,いまや in a Sentence

Tom works more diligently now.
There's very little pure blood in any nation now.
He stuck his neck out for that idea, and now he's getting all the blame.
At first only a few people protested, but now they're all coming out of the woodwork.
The flowers are at their best now.
We thought their shop was a failure, but now they've gotten out from under and even expanded.
The patient is out of danger now.
The frame of the building is now complete.
With the President dead now, the new policies will have to await government approval.
You don't need to bring up "A Winter Sonata" to show that South Korean culture is having an unexpected boom in Japan.

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