- Reading and JLPT level
- Kana Reading
- Word Senses
- Parts of speech
- noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru
- omission; abbreviation; abridgment; abridgement
- Example sentence
- 省略は立派な表現技法の一つであり、多くの文法書でも紹介されています。 Omission is a perfectly good example of an expression technique, and is brought up in many grammar books.
Examples of 省略, しょうりゃく in a sentence
Omission is a perfectly good example of an expression technique, and is brought up in many grammar books.
We'll sing that song, omitting the last two verses.
This part of the report may be left out.
You can omit the last chapter of the book.
You should omit this word from the sentence.
You can omit the preposition in this phrase.
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