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自体, じたい

  • jitai


noun, used as a suffix, noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • itself


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • one's own body
  • oneself


adverb (fukushi)

  • originally
  • naturally
  • by nature
  • from the start

Examples of 自体,じたい in a Sentence

Money, as such, has no meaning.
The phenomenon of interest is in itself, a most interesting subject.
Our existence is a miracle in itself.
The engine is itself very good.
Each stage of life is a preparation for the next as well as a complete life in itself.
No action is in itself good or bad.
The idea is not in itself a bad one.
The human body has a mysterious power to keep itself healthy and sound.
Hydrogen does not exist as such in nature.
Carbon dioxide is not a poison in itself.

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