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最終, さいしゅう

  • saishū


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • last
  • final
  • closing

Examples of 最終,さいしゅう in a Sentence

When does the last train start?
The judge reversed the final decision.
This isn't the last train, is it?
If our last batter had not finally hit a home run, our team would have lost the game.
I missed the last bus yesterday.
We left the final decision to him.
It serves him right that he missed the last train.
The last volume is missing from this set.
When Mary reached the bus stop, the last bus had already left.
He missed the last train by a minute.

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