真意, しんい

  • shin'i

Definition of 真意,しんい

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • real intention
  • true motive
  • true meaning

Examples of 真意,しんい in a Sentence

He gave away his real intention.
It was not clear what she really meant.
She may realize later on what I meant.
に会ってはじめて真意理解した
It was only when I met him that I realized his true intention.
Tokyo seems to have got the message from Washington.
言ったこと真意徐々にわたしにわかり始めた。
Gradually the true meaning of what he said began to down on me.
わたしはそれの真意疑う
I doubt whether it is true or not.
真意察するだけ分別にはあった。
She had enough sense to understand what he really meant.
Listen to me carefully, and you will understand what I really mean.
言ったこと真意徐々にわかり始めた。
Gradually the true meaning of what he said began to dawn on me.
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