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有効, ゆうこう

  • yūkō


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • validity
  • legality
  • availability
  • effectiveness

Examples of 有効,ゆうこう in a Sentence

The ticket is valid for a week.
His contract runs for one more year.
There are gaps between the boards in the box. If you fit them in snugly, you'll get more use out of the box.
This law shall have effect in Japan.
English is useful in diplomacy and tourism.
We want to put our money to good use.
The law is still in effect.
This agreement holds good for a year.
It would be difficult to improve the device when there is no effective catalyst.
We had better utilize our natural resources.

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