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服従, ふくじゅう

  • fukujū

Definition

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

  • obedience
  • submission
  • resignation

Examples of 服従,ふくじゅう in a Sentence

これ以上あなたに服従するのはお断りする
I refuse to obey you any longer.
They subjugate the meek.
They had to submit to the superior force of the enemy.
あいての基準受け入れるのは、そのあいての服従すること
Accepting the other's norms is submitting to the other's power.
はいつも服従なければならない
I always have to give in to him.
彼らリーダー命令服従した
They submitted to their leader's order.
The king subjected all the tribes to his rule.
I don't think it's always right for local governments to submit to the central government.
I was forced to submit to my fate.
There was nothing for it but to obey.

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