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潮時, しおどき

  • shiodoki


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • tidal hour


  • the right time
  • favourable opportunity (favorable)

Examples of 潮時,しおどき in a Sentence

There is a time for everything.
There is a tide is, in fact, from a passage in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar.
For instance, in my father's business the timing of sales and purchases was very important, and he would sometimes write or say to his colleagues "There is a tide," without going into detail.
He seized an opportunity to speak.

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