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精一杯, 精いっぱい, せいいっぱい

  • seiippai


adverbial noun (fukushitekimeishi)

  • with all one's might

Examples of 精一杯,精いっぱい,せいいっぱい in a Sentence

Is that as fast as you can go?
He did his best but soon saw that he could not compete with such a fast runner.
I had enough to do to look after my own children.
That is the most I can do.
When she saw the lengths he'd gone to to get all dressed up, she couldn't help letting a brief chuckle escape.
He did his best never to think of her.
All he can do is to support himself.
All that he can do is to support himself.
He made the best of his small income.
This is the extent of my ability.

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