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adverb, pronoun

Alternate Written Forms:

[いず()·]
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[いず()·]
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[いづ()·]
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[いづ()·]
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English Meaning(s) for いずれ

adverb, pronoun
  1. where; which; who
  2. anyway; anyhow; at any rate
adverb
  1. sooner or later; eventually; one of these days; at some future date or time
pronoun
  1. both; either; any; all; whichever

Definition and Synonyms for いずれ

Besides making an additional point
Synonyms: あう, どれ, また, いずれ, それに, どうせ, なおも, とにかく, ともあれ, ともかく, とやかく, どのみち, なおかつ, なおまた, あまつさえ, ともかくも, とにもかくにも, とまれかくまれ, ともあれかくもあれ, 他に, 何はともあれ, 何は無くとも, かてて加えて, 合う, 合す, 合わす, 合わせて, 合わせる
Soon in the near future
Synonyms: すぐ, どれ, もう, いずれ, やがて, そのうち, そろそろ, ただいま, ほどなく, まもなく, もうすぐ, いくばくもない, いくばくもなく, 不日, 今に, 今や, 今にも, 只今, 日ならず, 近々, 近い, 近く, 近いうちに, 追っかけ, 追っつく, 追っかける, 追っ付け, 遠からず, 間もない
Leastways if nothing else
Synonyms: どれ, いずれ, とにかく, ともあれ, ともかく, ともかくも, とにもかくにも, とまれかくまれ, ともあれかくもあれ, 何はともあれ, 少なくも, 少なくとも
Besides anyway
Synonyms: あう, どれ, また, いずれ, それに, どうせ, なおも, とにかく, ともあれ, ともかく, とやかく, どのみち, なおかつ, なおまた, あまつさえ, ともかくも, とにもかくにも, とまれかくまれ, ともあれかくもあれ, 他に, 何はともあれ, 何は無くとも, かてて加えて, 合う, 合す, 合わす, 合わせて, 合わせる

Stroke Order Diagrams for いずれ

Sample Sentences for いずれ

We had three tries and failed each time.
In any case, you are wrong in your conjecture.
There are so-called primitive cultures in the jungles of the Amazon and on the island of New Guinea, and there are so-called advanced cultures in Europe, Asia, and Africa, but the languages of these cultures are all equally advanced and complex.
I will get in touch with you.
Your effort will be rewarded in the long run.

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