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実際, じっさい

  • jissai


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

  • practicality
  • practical


  • reality
  • actuality
  • actual conditions


Buddhist term

  • bhutakoti (limit of reality)

Examples of 実際,じっさい in a Sentence

In principle, there should be a parking place for every car. In practice, this is not true.
It seems like yesterday, but it's actually nearly ten years since we first met.
In fact, he even loved her.
She looks young. But actually, she's over forty.
But not really.
If I were rich, I would study abroad, but as it is I can't do so.
He's just got a large build, so he looks like he'd be a fighter, but he's probably really a pushover.
Everybody is supposed to know the law, but few people really do.
But this is not true.
Her hair style makes her look younger than her age.

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