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全般的, ぜんぱんてき

  • zenpanteki


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi)

  • universal
  • general

Examples of 全般的,ぜんぱんてき in a Sentence

He hasn't done badly, all in all.
Short-term effects of smoking include unfitness, wheezing, a general vulnerability to illness, bad breath, bad skin and so on.
By and large, she is a very reliable person.
By and large, this school is one of the best.
The general situation is advantageous to us.

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