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適切, てきせつ

  • tekisetsu
JLPT LEVEL 3

Definition

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

  • pertinent
  • appropriate
  • adequate
  • relevance

Examples of 適切,てきせつ in a Sentence

行った」というのが適切な言葉
Performed is the right word.
He needs proper medical attention at a hospital.
Make sure that the sick are properly cared for.
Make sure that the sick are properly attended.
これは適切な思います
I think this is a case in point.
The government didn't take appropriate measures to prevent the infection from spreading.
はその仕事適切だった
He is the right man for the job.
To make sure that I said all the right things in the letter.
Top among suitable topics is the weather.
The government didn't take appropriate measures to prevent the infection from spreading.

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