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人達, 人たち, ひとたち

  • hitotachi


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • people

Examples of 人達,人たち,ひとたち in a Sentence

Are those the people you saw yesterday?
Will they go on strike again? "I'm afraid so."
I started last in the race, but I soon caught up with the others.
There were almost 100 people, few of whom I had seen before.
One billion people speak English.
People of 65 and above get a pension from the government.
After the assistant returned $1 to each one, each man had actually paid only $9.
You should do all you can to help your neighbours.
Your site appeals to people who are interested in cats.
You shouldn't rely on other people's help.

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