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同士, どうし

  • dōshi


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun, used as a suffix

  • fellow
  • mutual
  • companion
  • comrade
  • bonding

Examples of 同士,どうし in a Sentence

Two male school pupils sharing an umbrella? Quite the strange situation.
Japan's problem has been that she has continued to view international relations as an extension of her hierarchical interpersonal relations at home.
Teachers stimulate the students' interest, have them think, ask questions, and debate among themselves.
I'd like you to get two adjacent rooms.
They kept it secret that they were in love.
The teenage friends stayed up talking all night.
We'll always be friends.
This pair of lovers were carrying on an ardent correspondence.
He and I are cousins.
In Japan, relations between neighbors are apt to be cooler than in USA.

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