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姿態, したい

  • shitai


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • figure
  • form
  • style

Examples of 姿態,したい in a Sentence

I had hoped to meet you there.
When I think of our standing in the series from now I don't want us to lose even once!
I'd like to turn some photos of mine into a calendar, how should I go about it?
What is it that you want to achieve, whatever it takes, before you die?
John wanted to be completely independent of his family.
I'd like to reserve a table for three.
How about a cup of coffee? "I'd like to, but I have a previous engagement."
I'd like to talk to Mr Smith. "This is Smith speaking."
May I speak to Mr Smith? "Will you hold the line?"
I feel like playing cards. "So do I."

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