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序でに, 序に, ついでに

  • tsuideni


adverb (fukushi)

  • incidentally
  • taking the opportunity
  • while (you) are at it
  • on the occasion

Examples of 序でに,序に,ついでに in a Sentence

Can you buy one for me as well?
While you are about it, please make some coffee for me.
I know! And let me also say that Keiko is a SECOND cousin of mine.
My father is dropping me off at the airport along the way.
Go and meet him, and while you're about it mail this letter.
Would you mind making an extra cup of coffee whenever you decide to have some?
Looks, brains, reflexes, rich family and, for good measure, vice president of the student committee - in other words he's 'perfect'.
Could you fill it up and take a look at the oil, too?
Please drop by when you go out for shopping sometimes.
While you are about it, please make a cup of coffee for me, too.

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