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  • particleconjunction
    if, when
    • and
      • with
        • particle used for quoting (with speech, thoughts, etc.)
          • see also: 
        • shogi termabbreviationnoun
          promoted pawn
          • see also: 
        • Kyuushuu-benparticle
          ?
            • at sentence end; indicates question

          Example sentences

          Sentences from the Tatoeba Corpus project using the word in context.

          We include the Japanese sentence as is, the English translation and a word-to-word clickable sentence analysis to make it easier to study it.

          • Japanese sentence

            私はあなたとお話ししてよかった。 

            Sentence analysis
            English translation

            I have enjoyed talking to you.

          • Japanese sentence

            このシャンプーを買うと素敵なヘアブラシがついてきます。 

            Sentence analysis
            English translation

            This shampoo comes with a nice hair brush.

          • Japanese sentence

            12と24と7と11の合計は54です。 

            Sentence analysis
            English translation

            The sum of 12, 24, 7 and 11 is 54.

          • Japanese sentence

            「美しい」とか「醜い」といった言葉は相対的な用語である。 

            Sentence analysis
            English translation

            The words 'beautiful' and 'ugly' are relative terms.