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病気, びょうき

  • byōki


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • illness
  • disease
  • sickness

Examples of 病気,びょうき in a Sentence

I hope you will get well soon.
Atsushi may have been sick.
He came to school even though he was unwell.
She said she was ill in bed, which was a lie.
You must allow for his being ill.
Paul is sick in bed today. "That's too bad."
Is he seriously ill? "I hope not."
Tom may have been sick.
If I had known about your illness, I would have visited you in the hospital.
I feel indebted to you for your help during my illness.

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