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前者, ぜんしゃ

  • zensha


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • the former

Examples of 前者,ぜんしゃ in a Sentence

He pointed out that the former was inferior to the latter in some respects.
The pigeon and the ostrich are both birds; the one can fly and the other cannot.
The former is inferior to the latter in some respect.
The former is better than the latter.
Many support the former alternative, but I prefer the latter.
Health is above wealth: this doesn't give so much pleasure as that.
The original and the copy are easily distinguished since the one is much more vivid than the other.
Fish and meat are both nourishing, but the latter is more expensive than the former.
Love is above money. The latter can't give as much happiness as the former.
The solution of one may prove to be the solution of the other.

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