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到頭, とうとう

  • tōtō

Definition

adverb (fukushi)

  • finally
  • at last
  • reaching a head

Examples of 到頭,とうとう in a Sentence

とうとう良い考えが浮かんだ。
At last a good idea struck me.
とうとうきませんでした。
He didn't come after all.
とうとうかれから離れた
He went away from his father.
It took years of saving, but their seagoing vacation come true at last.
私たちとうとう頂上についた。
We finally got to the summit.
彼女願いとうとう実現された
Her wish was realized at last.
Some people kept interrupting the speakers, and finally broke up the meeting.
私たちとうとうミシシッピーたどり着いた
Finally, we got to the Mississippi.
私たち語り語ってとうとう夜が明けた
We talked and talked until the day broke.
He didn't intend to let her drive but she pestered him so much that he finally gave in.
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