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骨を折る, ほねをおる

  • honewōru


Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Godan verb with `ru' ending

  • to make efforts
  • to take pains


  • to break one's bone

Examples of 骨を折る,ほねをおる in a Sentence

He met with an accident and broke some bones.
I will do all I can for you.
Mother went to a lot of trouble to prepare dinner for our guests.
He took great pains in taming a puma.
They have taken great pains to finish the project, I hear.
I took no little pains to help him out of the difficulty.
He was at pains to finish his work.
He took great pains in educating his children.
He took great pains to find a shortcut.
No matter how hard you try, the result will be the same.

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