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用語, ようご

  • yōgo


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • term
  • terminology


  • wording
  • choice of words
  • phraseology

Examples of 用語,ようご in a Sentence

The words 'beautiful' and 'ugly' are relative terms.
I am using this term in Emmet's sense to refer to the psychological rules of language use.
The letter was written using business terms.
Define your terms, requested the businessman at the contract hearings.
Above all, scientific terms call for precise definitions.
Japanese food terms are difficult to render into other languages.

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