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走者, そうしゃ

  • sōsha


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • runner

Examples of 走者,そうしゃ in a Sentence

Five runners reached the finals.
He did his best but soon saw that he could not compete with such a fast runner.
The runner has firm muscles.
The two runners reached the finish line at the same time.
The runner got a good start.
The runner had reached the halfway mark.
The runner stole third base.
The runner was called out at third.
I wonder which of the runners will come first.
Some runners drink water as they are running.

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