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持ち主, 持主, もちぬし

  • mochinushi


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • owner
  • proprietor

Examples of 持ち主,持主,もちぬし in a Sentence

Who is the owner of this house?
He has a strong body.
He has a kind heart.
He has a strong mind.
When it is appraised, in order to check the authenticity and state of preservation of the painting, the real thing has to be borrowed from its owner.
The radio announcer had a masculine voice.
The police managed to track down the owner of the car.
It is a pity that a man of your ability should remain unknown to the world.
She has a sense of fashion.
She has a gentle heart.

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