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単なる, たんなる

  • tannaru


pre-noun adjectival (rentaishi)

  • mere
  • simple
  • sheer

Examples of 単なる,たんなる in a Sentence

I think it is a mere coincidence.
That proved to be no more than an expression of optimism when World War II began.
I think it is a mere coincidence.
They are mere creatures of habit.
If the delay is simply an oversight, will you please take care of it at once?
Saying you can't do the job because you're too busy is just a cop out.
The accident arose from a simple mistake.
There is more in his character than simple honesty.
He's completely convinced of his own greatness but to the people around him he's just a selfish jerk.
This generous offer may be a mere pose.

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