Example sentences for: japanese

How can you use “japanese” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Some have said that the Japanese even conform in rebellion: the Yakuza (Japanese Mafia) all dress alike though a little sharper, e.g. two-colour ties, mean pairs of wraparounds, tattoos, brutal crew cuts, and an attitude!

  • Hashimoto has bowed to a "torrent of pressure from the United States, international investors, and elite Japanese business leaders" and swapped his trademark fiscal austerity policies for an economic stimulus package featuring lush tax cuts designed to persuade Japanese consumers to do some spending.

  • Japan's bank plan, which must get the approval of Parliament before being enacted, is intended to address the country's estimated $550 billion in troubled loans, and as the LAT notes, to assuage the rising tide of international complaints, especially from the U.S. and China, about Japanese inaction.

  • (It has been said, not altogether jokingly, that if the Japanese were required to pay a license fee for every English word they used, their trade surplus would vanish.)

  • • Partly Japanese and partly Western name written in romanji: Bakufu Slump (literally, blast, as in explosion, slump.


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