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事実上, じじつじょう

  • jijitsujō


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

  • (as a) matter of fact
  • actually
  • in reality

Examples of 事実上,じじつじょう in a Sentence

His reply was in effect a refusal.
That company is, in effect, bankrupt.
Far from refuting the thesis that race is to blame for lower IQ score, Lynn's data actually supports it.
A scientist had to know how to ask the correct question and to state it so clearly that the answer would be, in effect, a definite yes or no, not "maybe".
His claim is really the same as the one Benson proposed in Entrepreneurs.
In this case, translation is, in effect, impossible.
Deposed in a military coup in September 2006 and having effectively been in exile, the Former premier of Thailand Thaksin has returned after about a year and a half.
Being silent is regarded in effect as approval.
He is the president of the company in fact, if not in name.
He is the president of the company in fact.

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