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上に
ueni
JLPT N2 Author: dc
うえに
Meaning
moreover; what's more; additionally; not only
as well as not liking him...
Phrases
Over and above not really being a worrying matter [he] also thought that if there was beneficial information or new suggestions he'd like to hear about them.
#726 Author: Amatuka

Whatever you say, in comparison to the previous version (data) processing is generally faster and moreover it has become very easy to (control/manage).
#727 Author: Amatuka

It was cold, and, in addition, it was windy.
#3571 Author: dbx

We lost our way, and what was worse, we were caught in a shower.
#3572 Author: dbx

He gave me money as well as advice.
#3574 Author: dbx

In addition to being a poet, he is a scholar.
#3575 Author: dbx

She is very smart, and what is more, she studies hard.
#3576 Author: dbx

Not only does she have a bad personality, she's also the ugliest girl I've ever met.
#6160 Author: julz

After I went home that day, my mom and dad made me cut my hair, which was a real drag, and then they hassled me about my SATs.
#6399 Author: EvilKyra

My boyfriend is not only cool, but he is rich as well.
#7035 Author: 赤毛

He drank some beer besides a bottle of whisky.
#3573 Author: dbx

The book has ordered to put upon the table by mother,it was not finished reading as well.
#7159 Author: sureshnihon

Besides being late, I forgot to bring textbooks.
#8514 Author: karekano

As these formalities, in addition to be tiresome , take much time too, everybody hates them.
#6780 Author: 赤毛

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