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途端, とたん

  • totan


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • just (now, at the moment, etc.)

Examples of 途端,とたん in a Sentence

On hearing this, he turned pale.
No sooner had she entered her room than she began to cry.
We had hardly started when it began to rain.
My mother grew pale on hearing the news.
I had tried to avoid thinking that as much as possible but as soon as I faced it I started to feel miserable.
On hearing the noise, my brother started to cry.
As soon as our manager got off our backs, everything started to go off without a hitch.
The moment I held the baby in my arms, it began to cry.
As soon as the dog saw me, it began to bark.
As soon as I left home, I came across her in the street.

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