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STAY   滞在する、滞在


  • To stay (verb) in a place is to spend time or live there for a short period as a guest or visitor.

    A stay (noun) is a period during which you stay in a place.
  • 動詞の stay は、客や訪問者として、ある場所で時を過ごす、または、短期間住む、という意味です。

    名詞の stay は、ある場所に滞在している期間をさします。


  1. (U.S. immigration officer to arriving passenger)
    a: Where will you be staying in the U.S.?
    b: I'm staying with a friend in San Diego.
    a: How long do you intend (= plan) to stay?
    b: Ten days.
  2. a: Have you already made a hotel reservation?
    b: Yes, we're going to stay two nights at the Berlitz Suites, then spend the last night at my aunt's.
  3. (front desk clerk to a guest who has just checked in)
    Here's your room key. The bellman will help you with your bags. Enjoy your stay!
  4. Even just a short stay in the country always makes me feel so much better.
  5. We usually spend a few months every year in New Zealand on a long-stay visa.

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