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丁度, 恰度, ちょうど

  • chōdo
JLPT LEVEL 5

Definition

adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), adverb (fukushi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • just
  • right
  • exactly

Examples of 丁度,恰度,ちょうど in a Sentence

We've just finished breakfast.
時半ちょうどです
It's exactly half-past eight.
「ここちょうどここがいい」と孫娘いいました。
There, said the granddaughter, "that's just the place."
Oh, I'm just thinking, said the little white rabbit.
The second sentence was just as long.
ちょうど打ちましたね。
It has just struck eight, hasn't it?
時半ちょうどです
Is it just eight-thirty?
あのこのちょうど二倍大き
That dog is exactly twice the size of this one.
They are just going to the store over there.
あれはちょうどが欲しかったもの
That is just what I wanted.

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