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式典, しきてん

  • shikiten

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • ceremony
  • rites

Examples of 式典,しきてん in a Sentence

はその式典堂々振る舞った
He bore himself well at the ceremony.
式典から始まった
The ceremony began with his speech.
The vice-president attended the ceremony on behalf of the president.
はその式典参加したくない
I don't want to participate in the ceremony.
Today's ceremony marks the 100th anniversary of our school.
かなりたくさんがその式典招待された
Quite a few people were invited to the ceremony.
The ceremony was held in honor of the guest from China.
その式典簡素だった
The ceremony was simple.

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