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対象, たいしょう

  • taishō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • target
  • object (of worship, study, etc.)
  • subject (of taxation, etc.)

Examples of 対象,たいしょう in a Sentence

This history book is written for high school students.
The amount of Sony rechargeable batteries supposed to be collected totalled 7,659,000 units.
It's a book for children.
There may be microscopes involved, bringing us ever closer to the heart of the matter; but even microbiology is objective, adding to knowledge by putting space between an object and its observer.
In preparation for painting a portrait, my friend takes many photographs in order to study the subject closely.
Such telling effects of contrast as Japanese artists produce by use of empty space.
Corporate political donations are coming under heavy scrutiny.
His performance was fair game for criticism.
His book became an object of criticism.
Import goods are subject to high taxes.

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