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無し, なし

  • nashi


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun, used as a suffix

  • without

Examples of 無し,なし in a Sentence

But we carried on without him.
As a whole his works are neither good nor bad.
As a whole his works are neither good nor bad.
I cannot do without your advice.
Do you mean to do without an overcoat?
He came on board this company with a lot of fanfare and he turns out to have the skill and talent to live up to it.
As I do not have enough money, I will have to do without a new coat this winter.
No animal can exist without plants.
Once you get used to electronic media, you can no longer do without them.
Let's attend to our work instead of talking.

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