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標識, ひょうしき

  • hyōshiki


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • sign
  • mark
  • flag

Examples of 標識,ひょうしき in a Sentence

They fixed the sign to the wall.
There was a sign saying, "Keep off the grass."
The sign indicates the location of the escalator.
The sign says "Exit."
The runner had reached the halfway mark.
Didn't you disregard a stop sign?
A stop sign in Japan has 3 sides, whereas a stop sign in the U.S. has 8 sides.
What are the marks that distinguish the cultured man?
What does that sign say?
Most signs are written in English.

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