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偶に, 適に, たまに

  • tamani


adverb (fukushi), suffix

  • occasionally
  • once in a while

Examples of 偶に,適に,たまに in a Sentence

Come and see me once in a while.
Go out and have a good time once in a while instead of just studying all the time.
You always ask me to join your team because you need one more guy. Come on - just once I'd like you to say it's because I alone am worth ten of them - even if it is a lie.
My husband enjoys his glass once in a while.
Encouraged by the continuing trickle of hits and the rarely arriving email I've somehow kept going till now.
I haven't seen you for a long time. Come and see me once in a while.
I study very little.
Kano, pretending to cry has impact from being used sparingly!
Why not just let fly once in a while?
Isn't it better to get drunk and cut loose once in a while and blow off the tension of daily frustration?

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