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表明, ひょうめい

  • hyōmei


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

  • declaration
  • indication
  • representation
  • manifestation
  • demonstration
  • expression
  • announcement
  • assertion

Examples of 表明,ひょうめい in a Sentence

I express my cordial thanks for what you have done for this city.
That proved to be no more than an expression of optimism when World War II began.
In foreign countries, especially in Western countries, students are encouraged to express and develop themselves as individuals.
When a president or a governor acts wisely and lawfully, Americans express their approval by reelecting him and by supporting his political party.
This letter purports to be his resignation.
Within the rape crisis movement, Greesite's dissent is significant.
Bill Gates announces intent to return advertising revenue to the users.
The newspaper declared for the Republican candidate.
The mayor manifested his discontent with the new plan.
I cannot forbear expressing my doubts.

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