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文字通り, 文字どおり, もじどおり

  • mojidōri


nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • literal


adverbial noun (fukushitekimeishi)

  • literally

Examples of 文字通り,文字どおり,もじどおり in a Sentence

The poor dog was literally torn apart by the lion.
I foolishly interpreted the idiom according to its literal sense.
A mailbag from a single sender addressed to one recipient, as the name suggests, is for delivering a bag of printed matter.
Don't take that too literally.
The detective questioned literally thousands of people about the incident.
It goes without saying military discipline is literally rigid.
He explained the literal meaning of the sentences.
I took what she said literally.
He is literally stupid.
He is a real fool.

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