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重大, じゅうだい

  • jūdai


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • serious
  • important
  • significant
  • grave
  • weighty

Examples of 重大,じゅうだい in a Sentence

He made an important discovery.
That doctrine will no doubt lead to serious consequences.
You have only to read this article to see how serious the accident was.
Loss of health is more serious than loss of money.
She's guilty of a grave blunder.
She showed her regret over the serious mistake.
It has an important influence upon our lives.
There will be grave decisions to be made.
It has great weight with her.
Their decision will bring about serious consequences.

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