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財産, ざいさん

  • zaisan


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • property
  • fortune
  • assets

Examples of 財産,ざいさん in a Sentence

My mistake cost me my fortune.
The fire deprived us of our property.
My uncle is possessed of great wealth.
He succeeded to his uncle's fortune.
My father left me a large fortune.
I don't have much desire for wealth.
It is not what a man has but what he is that is really important.
He will come into a large fortune.
She loves him for what he is, not for what he has.
What you are is more important than what you have.

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