- Reading and JLPT level
- Kana Reading
- おなじ, おんなじ
- onaji, onnaji
- Word Senses
- Parts of speech
- noun or verb acting prenominally, noun (common) (futsuumeishi)
- same; identical; equal; uniform; equivalent; similar; common (origin); changeless; alike
- Example sentence
- 同じ頃、事務員・有村夏恵は、今月を限りに退職する旨を五鬼上に申し入れた。 At the same time, the clerk Natsue Arimura told Gokijo of his intent to resign after this month.
Examples of 同じ, おなじ, おんなじ in a sentence
At the same time, the clerk Natsue Arimura told Gokijo of his intent to resign after this month.
Mum said the same thing. But, so what? It's got nothing to do with me.
The brain waves during REM sleep are the same as when awake, and it's the stage when you have dreams.
Incidentally, that the gills of fish are bright red is because there are many 'capillary vessels' collected there, the same as for lungs.
Bats are mammals, just like us.
I've never seen as many people as this photograph the same rainbow.
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