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気分転換, きぶんてんかん

  • kibuntenkan


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • change of pace
  • change of mood

Examples of 気分転換,きぶんてんかん in a Sentence

Let's take a walk for a change.
I make it a rule to go to a spa at intervals for a change.
How about eating out this morning for a change?
Refresh yourself with a cup of coffee when sleepy.
Why don't we drive out to the country for a change of pace?
Mother advised me to take a walk for a change.
How about eating out this evening for a change?
Let's take a break for a change.
Let's eat out for a change.
I wish you would take me to a restaurant for a change.

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