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例, れい, ためし

  • rei,tameshi


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

  • custom
  • practice
  • habit
  • usual


  • said
  • aforementioned


  • instance
  • example
  • case
  • illustration
  • usage


  • precedent


  • annual

Examples of 例,れい,ためし in a Sentence

I think he has something to do with that scandal.
Young as he is, he is as great a mathematician as ever lived.
He's a tiger when he's angry is an example of metaphor.
Love begins playing his old tricks every spring.
Such a case is not uncommon today.
The example doesn't fall into any type stated above.
Have you answered that letter yet?
In this instance we are provided with an exact account of the conversation between the two poets.
Show me another example.
Soon the same waiter came back to pick up the dishes.

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