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商人, しょうにん, あきんど, あきうど, あきゅうど, あきびと

  • shōnin,akindo,akiudo,akyūdo,akibito


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • trader
  • shopkeeper
  • merchant

Examples of 商人,しょうにん,あきんど,あきうど,あきゅうど,あきびと in a Sentence

The merchant deals in silk goods.
The industrious merchant worships his ancestors.
She married a rich merchant.
That boy was so clever that he was helpful to the merchant in dealing.
Still others are traders who have always lived by trading and continue to follow their traditional ways.
They are not merchants, but farmers.
George set up as a merchant.
He has two sons, who became merchants.
He is a famous merchant.
He is not so much a politician as a merchant.

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