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絶好, ぜっこう

  • zekkō

Definition

adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • best
  • ideal
  • perfect

Examples of 絶好,ぜっこう in a Sentence

絶好の機会逃した
I missed a golden opportunity.
読書絶好の季節である
Autumn is the best season for reading.
絶好の天気だった
The weather couldn't have been better.
絶好の機会ばかり飛びついた
The opportunity was grasped at immediately.
絶好のチャンスよ。
It's now or never.
これは逃してならない絶好の機会思った
He felt that this was too good a chance to miss.
It's going to take crackerjack timing, but if we can work the play, we'll win the game.

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