少額, 小額, しょうがく

  • shōgaku

Definition of 少額,小額,しょうがく

noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • small sum (e.g. of money)
  • small denomination

Examples of 少額,小額,しょうがく in a Sentence

Do you want small bills or large?
小額年金生活するのはには困難あった。
It was hard for him to live on his small pension.
She had only a small sum of money.
お金手にしたが、それそんなに小額ではない
He won a sum of money, and not such a small one, either.
20ドルと、あとそれより少額何枚入れて下さい
Twenties and some smaller bills, please.
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