Definition of 為に,爲に,ために
- for the sake of
- to one's advantage
- in favor of
- in favour of
- on behalf of
Examples of 為に,爲に,ために in a Sentence
You should take more exercise for the sake of your health.
I stayed home because of the rain.
Write down the facts needed to convince other people.
A fish out of water is a metaphor for being unable to use your talents due to a change of environment.
She's a lot like the millions of others who stood in line to make their voice heard in this election except for one thing: Ann Nixon Cooper is 106 years old.
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||do, change, make, benefit, welfare, be of use, reach to, try, practice, cost, serve as, good, advantage, as a result of
||change, be of use, reach to, do, try, practice, cost, serve as
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