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態度, たいど

  • taido


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

  • attitude
  • manner
  • behaviour

Examples of 態度,たいど in a Sentence

I was annoyed at his behavior.
Because he thought Fred's comment was tacky, Larry got up on his high horse.
It is the attitude of the subjects that controls the outcome of the experiment.
His negative attitude rendered all my efforts useless.
Some member countries have been lax in abiding by G-7 agreements.
How can you justify your rude behavior?
His affectations are annoying.
He kept complaining so much, without doing anything to help, that I finally had to tell him to fish or cut bait.
His selfish attitude put my back up.
I am alarmed by your irresponsible attitude.

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