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読者, どくしゃ

  • dokusha


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • reader

Examples of 読者,どくしゃ in a Sentence

The readers of that book think themselves sophisticated.
Many a reader skips the words that he doesn't know.
It's the reader that determines whether they extract pleasure from reading.
The readers cannot ascertain whether the news is true or not.
Hey, it's about time you quit it with the panty jokes. You'll put off the readers, you creeper!
Editors often go to extremes in providing their readers with unimportant facts.
This book is suitable for general readers.
Just as food feeds the body, so reading feeds the mind.
The editor and publisher of this magazine was criticized by some readers.
He is popular among general readers.

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