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外出中, がいしゅつちゅう

  • gaishutsuchū


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • while being out of the office or away from home

Examples of 外出中,がいしゅつちゅう in a Sentence

Did anyone call me when I was out?
The president is out now.
The manager was out, so I left a message with his secretary.
He is out now.
The smaller planets hovering around the planet Jupiter reminded him of the guards surrounding a king when he walked outdoors, and Kepler called them satellites.
She called while I was out.
Any phone calls for me while I was out?
I said Paul was out, but that Mary was at home.
She is out now.
Sorry, but he is out now.

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