Definition of ですから

ですから

desukara

Common word
conjunction
so, therefore, accordingly, consequently, on those grounds, that is why, for that reason(polite language)
See also:だから
Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 45 results)

It's a very quiet room

Because it seems to be heavy

Let me relieve you of that case. It looks heavy

だいじょうぶ
大丈夫
みち
Believe me, this is the right way

No, thank you. I'm just looking around

The pleasure is mine

He is on his way and will arrive in due course

He said, "I will say nothing more, because I hate making excuses.

けっこう
結構
なか
お腹
いっぱい
一杯
No, thank you. I've had enough

So you've got to be a believer

And now, think about a county, any county, and imagine this county divided into five or six different areas

かのじょ
彼女の
おっ
、織田
いえ
いちいん
一員
Her husband is a member of the Oda family

It is nine. I'm afraid I must be leaving now

And so, Reiko, it's nothing for you to panic about

You can buy that dog if you want to. It is for sale

You can give it back whenever you want to as I bought that book for missionary work

History has never fared well against legend

Would you do me a favor by moving that chair over to the corner so that I can sweep the floor

You can spend your time in any way you want; it's your time, after all

It was meant as a compliment, so I didn't want to tell him that he had missed the point
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