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着用, ちゃくよう

  • chakuyō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • wearing (e.g. uniform, seat belt)
  • having on

Examples of 着用,ちゃくよう in a Sentence

Jackets are requested for men.
I'm sorry, sir, but a jacket and tie are required.
Please fasten your seat belt.
Formal dress must be worn.
Everybody is supposed to wear a tie at the party.
Employees are required to wear uniforms.
They wear very little clothing.
Officers will henceforth wear ties at dinner.
Every boy is supposed to wear a tie at the party.
Drivers should wear seat belts.

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