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万事, ばんじ

  • banji

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • all
  • everything

Examples of 万事,ばんじ in a Sentence

Nothing succeeds like success.
一事万事
He who steals a pin will steal an ox.
I've no complaints. As far as I'm concerned, everything is just perfect.
Let's hope for the best anyway.
きっと万事うまくいく
I bet all will turn out well.
Everything will turn out for the best.
Everything turned out all right in the end.
Everything is well with us.
She winked at me as much as to say she knew everything.
They telegraphed that everything was all right.

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