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全面的, ぜんめんてき

  • zenmenteki


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi)

  • all-out
  • general
  • over-all
  • complete
  • extensive
  • full-scale

Examples of 全面的,ぜんめんてき in a Sentence

They backed me up in everything.
I don't wholly agree with you.
I have every confidence in his ability.
I have absolute trust in him.
You can trust him to some degree but not wholly.
In Thailand, bringing up the children isn't the father's responsibility; it's entirely up to the mother.
I support you whole-heartedly.
I am in full accord with your viewpoint.
Only by prohibiting nuclear weapons altogether can we stop the arms race.
I am quite agreeable to the proposal.

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