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収支, しゅうし

  • shūshi


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • income and expenditure

Examples of 収支,しゅうし in a Sentence

Many couples in America both work to make ends meet.
The balance of payments crisis emerged, forcing the government to put a brake on the economy.
Despite a large surplus in merchandise trade, the current account surplus is not so big due to a deficit in invisible trade.
I had a hard time making both ends meet.
I hope I can manage to make both ends meet.
Japan must depend on foreign trade to make ends meet.
Michael had a hard time making ends meet.
It may not appeal to some, but I prefer to remain a salaried man; I don't have to worry so much about making both ends meet.

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