EN only
volume_up
{noun}

only (also: end, period, bounds, limits)
切り [きり] {noun}
only
オンリイ {noun}
only
オンリー {noun}

Context sentences for "only" in Japanese

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EnglishCommunicator can only send a message to one news server at a time.
Communicator は、一度に複数のニュース サーバにメッセージを送ることはできません。
EnglishNote: a change to this setting will only take effect the next time you open a Messenger window.
注意: この設定は、次回 Messenger ウィンドウを開いた時から有効になります。
EnglishEnter tag name and any attributes or parameters for one tag only:
タグごとに、タグの名前と属性またはパラメータを入力してください :
EnglishThe `Unsent Messages' folder is special; it is only for storing
`送信トレイ' フォルダは特別なフォルダです。あとで送信するメッセージ
EnglishReply-to address(only needed if different from email address):
返信アドレス(R) (返信先を異なる電子メール アドレスにする場合):
EnglishAccept only cookies that get sent back to the originating server
元のサーバに戻される cookie のみを受け付ける(O)
EnglishThe `Outbox' folder is special; it is only for storing
`送信トレイ' は特別なものです。 メッセージをあとで送信するため
English., in kana-only books for children
Englishit is read-only or opened by someone else.
1 に書き込みできませんでした。読み込み専用か他のものによって開かれています。.
EnglishOur Accounts department will only release this order for shipment if we receive a copy of your cheque/transfer.
弊社の会計課では、小切手を受け取った後でのみ商品を発送しております。
EnglishSpiritual enlightenment can be attained only by means of communion of mind with mind
Englishto not try to fix an error but rather make it look good on the surface only
Englishunlucky for all activities, with only the period around noon being auspicious
EnglishIt is our company policy to invoice only in Euros.
弊社の規則によりお支払いはユーロのみで受け付けています。
Englishmaking up only parts of one's face instead of doing a full make-up job
Englishmaking up only parts of one's face instead of doing a full make-up job
Englishtransmission of the secrets of an art, craft, trade or learning from father to only one child
Englishputting on a knowing air when one only knows the title of the book
Englishsingle crime that naturally consists of a number of incidences and is charged as only one count
English"gentleman" who escorts a woman home, only to make a pass at her