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樹立, じゅりつ

  • juritsu


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

  • establish
  • create

Examples of 樹立,じゅりつ in a Sentence

The English established colonies in America in 1609.
After having fought many hard battles, we were able to bring home the bacon and set up a new government.
They have erected a new government.
He is sure to set a new record in the triple jump.
The English established colonies in America.
She set the world record for the high jump.
Diplomatic relations have not yet been established between Japan and North Korea.
Our ultimate goal is to establish world peace.
We have established friendly relations with the new government of that country.
Our ultimate goal is to establish world peace.

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