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部員, ぶいん

  • buin


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

  • staff
  • member

Examples of 部員,ぶいん in a Sentence

Bill is on the editorial staff.
With all the kerfuffle since this morning I'd almost forgotten but we've still got the problem of the club members haven't we?
The club members agreed to present the seniors with a brooch each.
Acquaint a newcomer with the rules of the club.
I was a member of the soccer club when I was in junior high.
Is Mike a member of the swimming club?
Well there aren't any other positions left. After that, all that is left is basic member.
I belong to the music club.
There were so few proper members in the badminton club that it was half-way between dead and 'on break'.
I'm in the tennis club.

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