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同じ, おなじ, おんなじ

  • onaji,onnaji


noun or verb acting prenominally, noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • same
  • identical
  • equal
  • uniform
  • equivalent
  • similar
  • common (origin)
  • changeless
  • alike


adverb (fukushi)

  • (usu. part of a 'nara' conditional) anyway
  • anyhow
  • in either case

Examples of 同じ,おなじ,おんなじ in a Sentence

Jazz uses the same notes that Bach used.
They say amniotic fluid has roughly the same composition as sea water.
They are about the same age.
They are about the same age.
I think you can't understand that feeling unless you're from the same generation.
Two families live in the same house.
Akira is using that same dictionary that his father used as a student.
The bearded god had promised to return someday in the same way he had left.
It makes no difference to me whether you are rich or poor.
It's all the same to me whether you will go to sea or not.

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