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大衆, たいしゅう

  • taishū


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

  • general public
  • the masses

Examples of 大衆,たいしゅう in a Sentence

The problem puzzled the public.
The public neglected his genius for many years.
The public interest was directed at his judgement.
Public opinion governs the president's decisions.
Newspapers distribute information to the public.
People who are made much of by the public are not always those who most deserve it.
The true makers of history are the masses.
Amnesty International often organizes public protests in support of political prisoners.
The authorities have been hiding the facts from the public.
In the early part of my study, I allude to work that had already been done on the psychology of crowd-control.

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