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同時に, どうじに

  • dōjini


adverb (fukushi), conjunction

  • coincident with
  • while
  • simultaneously

Examples of 同時に,どうじに in a Sentence

We got there at the same time.
The summit talks are to be broadcast simultaneously throughout the world.
In either case, the division is real and useful; but it can also be misleading.
The paradox of sport is that it bonds as it divides.
We were all shouting at the same time.
About the same time as he entered the classroom and arrived at his seat, the chime to announce class rings across the school.
The two runners reached the finish line at the same time.
All the students began talking at once.
They began to run all at once.
The two ships went down at once.

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