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彼は上流階級に属する。

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jpn
彼は上流階級に属する。
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He belongs to the upper class.
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Он принадлежит к высшему классу.
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deu
Er gehört zur Oberschicht.
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Il appartient à la classe supérieure.
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הוא משתייך למעמד העליון.
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הוא נמנה על המעמד העליון.
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הוא בעשירון העליון.
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彼は上流階級の人だ。
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tur
O, üst sınıfa aittir.
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JimBreen JimBreen 2010-04-14 12:29 link permalink

(a) you know you can do a global replacement?
(b) WWWJDIC doesn't mind multiple spaces between indices.

blay_paul blay_paul 2010-04-14 13:10 link permalink

a) Really? Doesn't the 'search' box only work on the Japanese field.
b) WWWJDIC may not, but other people using the Examples file with their own processing code may.

JimBreen JimBreen 2010-04-14 15:09 link permalink

(a) to search for a double space, put " <space>" (no quotes) in the Search box. Trang's method removes trailing spaces, so she uses <space> to force them. You can search for " が<space>" for example.
(b) 春喉. Most split-on-spaces methods don't worry about multiple spaces. Still worth fixing them.