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自国, じこく

  • jikoku


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

  • one's own country

Examples of 自国,じこく in a Sentence

England is proud of her poets.
He has a great influence on his country.
He thinks in terms of his own country.
The authorities managed to stabilize the currency.
The authorities managed to stabilize the currency.
We may well take pride in our old temples.
They stood up for the rights of their nation.
America will solve her problems for herself.
America likes to claim that it is a "classless" society.
Our country must develop its natural resources.

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