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有利, 優利, ゆうり

  • yūri


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

  • advantageous
  • better
  • profitable
  • lucrative

Examples of 有利,優利,ゆうり in a Sentence

The evidence was in his favor.
Speak in my behalf.
There are several advantages to city life.
The balance of public opinion remains in his favor.
This would enable us to compete more effectively with other agencies.
We have every advantage over them.
You'll find it your advantage to know a foreign language.
Is there any evidence that supports his position?
In basketball, tall players have an advantage.
I sold the house to advantage.

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