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受取人, うけとりにん

  • uketorinin


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • recipient

Examples of 受取人,うけとりにん in a Sentence

Write the receiver's name here, please.
A mailbag from a single sender addressed to one recipient, as the name suggests, is for delivering a bag of printed matter.
They confused the names of the sender and the addressee.
He drew a check for twenty thousand yen in favor of his wife.

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