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蔵書, ぞうしょ

  • zōsho


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • book collection
  • library

Examples of 蔵書,ぞうしょ in a Sentence

This is the latest acquisition to my library.
It is one thing to own a library; It is quite another to use it wisely.
More than half of my books were destroyed by the fire last night.
To own a library is one thing and to use it is another.
Apparently in this library are precious books that money can't buy.
He has no less than three hundred books.
Her library comprises 3500 and includes many first editions.
You are welcome to any book in my library.
He accumulated his library.
I have a large library on American literature.

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