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多様, たよう

  • tayō


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • diverse
  • varied

Examples of 多様,たよう in a Sentence

We find diverse ethnic and economic interests here.
His abilities were very great and various.
His broad interests bring him broad views on everything.
Illness usually has a variety of causes, not just one.
I hope you can join us at these very important July DCA meetings and complement your stay by exploring some of the many affordable charms of Tokyo.
We talked about a variety of topics.
Our insurance policy covers various kinds of damages.
VISUACT supports flexibly the varied environments and needs of our customers and offers a variety of operational procedures.

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