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紛失, ふんしつ

  • funshitsu


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

  • losing something

Examples of 紛失,ふんしつ in a Sentence

I will find you your lost ring.
We all searched high and low for the missing documents, but they were never found.
Not a little money was lost.
The contents of the wallet were missing.
The lock on my drawer had been tampered with and some of my papers were missing.
When the thing was sent into the post office, the goods were lost due to the mistake of the post office.
If I lost my key, I wouldn't be able to lock the door.
You had better get this letter registered for fear it should be lost.
We are going to look into the disappearance of the money.
She lost her handbag.

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