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殺到, さっとう

  • sattō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • rush
  • flood

Examples of 殺到,さっとう in a Sentence

Orders for the book poured in.
The teacher was deluged with questions.
There's been a flood of inquiries about the accident.
The crowd pressed toward the gate.
Your work has been causing a lot of complaints from customers; I'm ordering you to leave immediately. "Oh, up yours! I didn't want to work here in the first place."
The office is flooded with fan letters for him.
Marriage proposals flooded in.
The crowd rushed to the exit.
Thank you for being patient as we respond to the high volume of calls.
There was a mad rush toward the exit.

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