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からすると

  • karasuruto

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • judging from
  • on the basis of
  • from the point of view of

Examples of からすると in a Sentence

みんなからすると、それは真実だろう
By all accounts, it is truth.
Judging from the look of the sky, it is likely to rain.
空模様からすると今夜あたりになるかもしれない
From the look of the sky, it may begin to snow tonight.
This church is not a big one, as churches go.
From the look of the sky I'm afraid the rain won't let up for a while.
周りの事情からすると彼女本当らしかった
The circumstances gave color to her story.
見方からすると、とてもいいようにみえる
His plan seems very good from my point of view.
このことからすると当然無実ということになる。
From this, it follows that he is innocent.
顔つきからすると機嫌が悪い
From the look on his face, he is in a bad mood now.
The probability of this chain of events all happening at once is one in 2 million flights - about once every two months at current levels of air traffic.

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