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抑, 抑抑, 抑々, そもそも

  • somosomo



  • in the first place
  • to begin with
  • from the start
  • originally
  • ab initio

Examples of 抑,抑抑,抑々,そもそも in a Sentence

In the first place, why do the birds migrate at all?
You shouldn't have come here to begin with.
It's wrong of you to talk back to her.
I've tried reasoning with him but he just won't listen.
If he comes at all, it will be surprising.
In any case, just being wanted by the police isn't enough to make you "a criminal."
The fact that they are talking at all.
Is there an existing meaning if the person in charge does not take the responsibility to begin with?
Most accidents, after all, happen around the corner, not in the rainforest.
I'm surprised you came at all.

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