度に, たびに, たんびに

  • tabini,tanbini

Definition of 度に,たびに,たんびに

adverb (fukushi)

  • each time
  • every time
  • whenever (something happens)
  • on the occasion of

Examples of 度に,たびに,たんびに in a Sentence

そこ行くたびに彼女会う
Every time I go there, I meet her.
Each time I went to see him, I found him at work.
Whenever he calls on me, he leaves something behind.
Every time cigarettes go up in price, many people try to give up smoking.
和食レストラン行くたびに割り箸もって帰ります。
Whenever I go to a Japanese restaurant, I take the disposable chopsticks home with me.
ゲームやるたびにジョンが勝つ
John wins every time we play the game.
I can not hear that song without thinking of my high school days.
Every time we go hiking, he falls behind.
来るたびに長居する。
He stays a long time every time he comes.
We go out together every weekend.
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