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法則, ほうそく

  • hōsoku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • law
  • rule

Examples of 法則,ほうそく in a Sentence

Everything is subject to the laws of nature.
Behind thermodynamics lie the movements of atoms and molecules following the laws of motion learned in the first volume.
In other words, education is the instruction of the intellect in the laws of Nature.
The scientist tried to discover Nature's laws.
We were taught that Newton discovered the law of gravity.
We learned that Newton discovered the law of gravitation.
This rule cannot be applied in every case.
Everything is subject to the laws of nature.
The law does not apply to this case.
You can't go against the laws of nature.

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