• a he-goat
  • 雄ヤギ
  • both hes and shes
  • 男も女も;雄も雌も
  • He who laughs last laughs longest [best].
  • ((諺))最後に笑う者がいちばん長く[よく]笑う;早まって喜ぶな
  • John couldn't come because he was ill.
  • 病気でジョンは来ることができなかった(◆主節が後続する場合でも先行詞をもつことができる:Because he was ill,John couldn't come.)
  • Our cat is a he.
  • うちのネコは雄だ
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  • Because his scientific attentions often changed rapidly, he never worked long enough on any one topic to merit the Nobel Prize, although his investigations contributing to the theory of black holes may have warranted the prize had he lived long enough to see them brought into fruition by later astrophysicists.
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  • But he is best remembered for his contribution to the realm of language and of cultural identity.
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