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電報, でんぽう

  • denpō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • telegram

Examples of 電報,でんぽう in a Sentence

I received a telegram from her.
When did you receive the telegram?
I'd like to send a cable to Japan.
She wired she was coming soon.
Send us a telegram when you arrive.
Wire me at once, in case there should be an accident.
Today, to send a telegram in the States to anywhere in the world, all you have to do is to give the message over the telephone.
My parents telegraphed me to come back at once.
I'd like you to send this telegram at once.
Parents try not to think about it, hoping that if they blot the children out, the fateful call or cable will never come.

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