英 [dpni:z] 美 [dpniz, -nis]
adj. 日本的，日本人的; 日语的.;
1. Most of the students of our class take Japanese as an elective course.
2. Not only did he speak English well, but he spoke Japanese more easily.
3. All employees will refer to each other by the honorific suffix "san".
4. He is quite at home with the Japanese language.
5. He doesnt speak much Japanese but he can make himself understood.
6. It takes years to gain a mastery of Japanese.
7. Many Chinese idioms have infiltrated into the Japanese language.
8. He began to learn Japanese three years ago.
9. Her familiarity with Japanese surprised me.
10. She has a passable knowledge of Japanese.
11. Japanese has borrowed heavily from English.
12. Japanese differs greatly from French in pronunciation.
13. There is a shortage of well qualified teachers of foreign languages, especially of French and Japanese.
1. New Japanese cars averaged 13 km to the litre in 1981.
2. At least three British golf courses are now owned by the Japanese.
3. She speaks no Japanese and is unfamiliar with Japanese culture.
4. Japanese car makers are laying ever more stress on European sales.
5. Subaru is one of the smallest Japanese car makers.
6. She speaks for a whole cohort of young Japanese writers.
7. Markets are very sensitive to any upsets in the Japanese economic machine.
8. Japanese companies have been pumping out plenty of innovative products.
9. His Japanese ancestry has been played up by some of his opponents.
10. Japanese proprietors are erecting a complex infrastructure of political influence throughout America.
11. He had a six-month work placement with the Japanese government.
12. A small group of students meets regularly to learn Japanese.
13. Japanese refiners stopped producing leaded petrol in December 1987.
14. Japanese camera makers continually introduce whizzy new electronic models.
15. The lochs overflow cascades into the waterfalls of a Japanese water garden.