丁重, 鄭重, ていちょう

  • teichō

Definition of 丁重,鄭重,ていちょう

adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • polite
  • courteous
  • hospitable

Examples of 丁重,鄭重,ていちょう in a Sentence

What is hard to put up with is his over-politeness.
She bowed to me with courtesy when she saw me.
She did me the courtesy of answering my letter.
His attitude is by no means polite.
He behaves respectfully toward his superiors.
就職丁重に断った。
He declined the job-offer very politely.
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