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と言うもの, と言う物, というもの

  • toiumono


Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.)

  • something like ...
  • something called ...

Examples of と言うもの,と言う物,というもの in a Sentence

This is what we call "tempura".
The law is useless if it's too watered down.
Didn't they teach you common sense as well as typing at the school where you studied?
Education should not be a burden on the parents as well as on the children.
Time runs on.
Fred has very little patience, and it doesn't take much to make him fly off the handle.
Chances come rarely in any case.
There is a tide is, in fact, from a passage in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar.
This is shorthand writing, by means of which we can keep up with the talker.
My father relies little on medicines.

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