ある種, 或る種, あるしゅ

  • arushu

Definition of ある種,或る種,あるしゅ

nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • certain
  • some kind of
  • some sort of
  • of sorts

Examples of ある種,或る種,あるしゅ in a Sentence

ある種のは飛べない。
Some kinds of birds can't fly.
Packaging can actually prevent certain kinds of waste.
There's a certain pleasure in pointing out other people's errors.
There is a certain pleasure in pointing out other people's errors.
Outside the mainstream of orthodox Judaism the apocalyptic books were more successful with certain movements.
Many doctors are using some form of absorbable sutures.
For example, vervet monkeys learn to use a certain call in the presence of circling eagles, who prey on the monkeys.
Cancer may be related to viruses of some kind.
ある種の魅力あった
He had a certain charm.
We never lose a certain sense we had when we were kids.
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species, kind, class, variety, seed
some, one, or, possibly, a certain

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