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日暮らし, 日暮し, ひぐらし

  • higurashi

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • day-to-day existence
  • living hand-to-mouth

Examples of 日暮らし,日暮し,ひぐらし in a Sentence

はその日暮らし
He's living from hand to mouth.
若いころその日暮らししていた
When I was young, I was living from hand to mouth.
はその日暮らししていて、1セントとの貯金しない
He lives hand to mouth and never saves a cent.
はその日暮らしの生活している
He lives from hand to mouth.
はその日暮ししている
He lives from hand to mouth.
なんかその日暮らしって感じ羨ましい
I envy your lifestyle - living day-to-day like that.
彼等はその日暮らしの生活している
They live from hand to mouth.
ホームレスのあの人たちはその日暮らしです
Those homeless people are living hand-to-mouth.
そのはその日暮らししていて、1セント貯金しない
The man lives from hand to mouth and never saves a cent.
当時私達はその日暮らしだった
We lived from hand to mouth in those days.

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