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主張, しゅちょう

  • shuchō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • claim
  • request
  • insistence
  • assertion
  • advocacy
  • emphasis
  • contention
  • opinion
  • tenet

Examples of 主張,しゅちょう in a Sentence

We insisted on its importance.
Nobody will believe his assertion that he is innocent.
It is not that Johnson's claim is groundless but that it is misleading.
Columbus argued that the earth was round.
We made a point of his going there.
I am going to assert his guilt.
She made a point of my attending the party.
The customer insisted on a price reduction because of defects in the product.
He makes out that he has a right to say so.
Columbus argued that he could reach India by going west.

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