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西洋人, せいようじん

  • seiyōjin


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • Western people

Examples of 西洋人,せいようじん in a Sentence

They were the native New Zealanders before the Western people came.
Westerners, in general, prefer to avoid such topics unless the other person brings them up.
Some Westerners may think our houses are lacking in everything they consider essential.
As you can also tell from these beautiful, far from Japanese, looks, Yuna is not pure-blood Japanese. She's a quarter-blood with a westerner as grandmother.
When I speak to a Westerner, I have to shift mental gears, so to speak.
You must be careful when talking to a European.
This is true partly because non-Westerners have begun to take pride in their own cultures and partly because those areas of the world where forks are not used have some of the highest birth rates.

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