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有能, ゆうのう

  • yūnō


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

  • able
  • capable
  • efficient
  • skill

Examples of 有能,ゆうのう in a Sentence

To do him justice, he is able.
An efficient FBI agent does not make any bones about carrying out his duties.
He is quite capable and can hold his own.
The capable detective was assigned to investigate the cause of the tragedy.
Nancy is a capable nurse.
It is no wonder that a man of his ability is successful.
The talented finance minister's ingenuity has helped his bankrupt nation to get out of the red.
No matter how capable you are, you're not going to get a promotion.
It is no wonder that a man of his ability is successful.
I hope I am very efficient.

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