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代, しろ

  • shiro


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • substitution


  • material


  • price


  • margin (e.g. for stapling, etc.)
  • area required for something


  • shiro (unit of land area equal to one-fiftieth of a tan; ~19.83 m.sq.)

Examples of 代,しろ in a Sentence

The longer you stay, the more overtime pay you'll get.
Many young women in their 20s plan to go abroad during their summer holidays.
The Abe Cabinet is the Cabinet inaugurated on September 26, 2006 by Shinzo Abe, who was appointed as Japan's 90th Prime Minister.
Our transactions with that firm have continued unbroken since my father's generation.
He had to pay a high rent for his farm.
My father picked up the tab for dinner which came to $150.
Mr George Bush is the forty-first president of the United States.
She married again in her mid-forties.
He said he would pay for the dinner.
The report revealed that many teenagers are alcoholics.

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