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数百, すうひゃく

  • sūhyaku


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

  • several hundreds

Examples of 数百,すうひゃく in a Sentence

Incidentally a motorway ramp is being constructed in the neighbourhood, a few hundred metres away, of my clinic.
Because of this, Koko can understand hundreds of spoken words.
The house was built several hundred years ago.
The fork made its way to Western tables several hundred years later, but it was not immediately accepted.
That is to say, they had a few hundred pounds, with which they had intended to buy a house as soon as they arrived.
There were several hundred people in the plaza.
Last month they had to lay off several hundred employees in the factory.
There were hundreds of taxis at the airport, all touting for business.
We own a few hundred acres between the three of us.
This river extends for hundreds of miles.

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