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手元, 手許, 手もと, てもと

  • temoto


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • (money) on hand or at home
  • one's purse (handbag)


  • usual skill

Examples of 手元,手許,手もと,てもと in a Sentence

I always keep three dictionaries at hand.
When he writes, he always keeps a dictionary at hand.
Keep the dictionary by you.
Always keep a bucket of water handy, in case of fire.
I don't have any good reference book at hand.
I keep a large dictionary close at hand when I read English magazines.
Light source, that is what direction the light is facing, also take care with shadowing. Just copy down into the sketch book you have at hand as accurately as possible.
I keep a good supply of stamps to save trips to the post office.
All students of English should have a good English-English dictionary at hand.
Do you have a pencil about you?

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