一軒, いっけん

  • ikken

Definition of 一軒,いっけん

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • one house

Examples of 一軒,いっけん in a Sentence

そのなら一軒おいてですよ。
The house is next door but one.
At last he stopped before an old house, and caught another glimpse of the town.
その中腹一軒あった
There was a cottage on the side of the hill.
このはただ一軒だけ入手きる。
This book is available at one shop only.
一軒ごとに寄付頼んで歩いた
He went from door to door asking for contributions.
We didn't see a single house for five miles there.
The boy scouts went from door to door selling what they had made.
The boy scouts went from door to door selling what they had made.
I went from door to door trying to sell encyclopedias.
その一軒だけぽつんと立っています
The house stands by itself.
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