I'm looking for a formal way (as in a CV) to express something done for a particular client, for example:

(I've) developed websites for Clients X and Y

The only form that comes to mind is ~のために, but that doesn't sound formal to me, especially in the context of a CV.

  • I think its fine, but it would be more helpful if you gave us a look at the full attempt for your sentence, since formality will derive a lot from the other words you use as well. – ajsmart Jul 11 '18 at 13:24
  • @ajsmart I was thinking something along the lines of "A社とB社の為、ウェブサイト開発。" since it would be part of a list in a western style CV. However I'm interested in more general answers to the above question, as opposed to just finding other ways to translate that particular example. – R. Kazeno Jul 11 '18 at 20:12



のように、「の」を使えばよいと思います。 (「を」は省略していいです。)


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