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閉店, へいてん

  • heiten


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

  • closing shop

Examples of 閉店,へいてん in a Sentence

This store always closes at eight.
The shops are for the most part closed at ten o'clock.
Are there any stores with "going out of business" sales?
I suggest you should do away with this shop.
We had no customers, so we shut the shop early.
The coffee shop is closed while the air conditioning is under repair.
He went to the store at the last minute, just before it closed.
The store is closed until further notice.
This department store is closed at seven.
The store closes at seven.

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