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手品師, てじなし

  • tejinashi


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • magician
  • juggler

Examples of 手品師,てじなし in a Sentence

Magicians use deception.
I have a friend whose father is a magician.
I'm very serious about wanting to be a good magician.
The hand of the magician was quicker than our eyes. Before we could say Jack Robinson, the cards he was holding between his fingers disappeared.
They all gazed at the magician's movements.
They all gazed at the magician's movements.
I want to be a magician.

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