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発揮, はっき

  • hakki


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • exhibition
  • demonstration
  • show
  • display
  • manifestation

Examples of 発揮,はっき in a Sentence

This writer is at his best in his short stories.
On bad roads this little car really comes into its own.
He is in his element when talking economics.
Paul's knowledge of creative bookkeeping has been the secret of his ability to get all the staffing he needs.
He does not, in short, write with the candor of a man who is completely confident of his thesis.
Having reached the rank of prime minister, and with the enthusiastic support of the masses, it seems he is able to wield presidential powers.
My wife showed excellent taste in decorating the room.
In the contest he displayed what ability he had.
The author doesn't display much talent in his book.
When we write a novel, we exercise our imagination.

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