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二週間, にしゅうかん

  • nishūkan


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • fortnight
  • two weeks

Examples of 二週間,にしゅうかん in a Sentence

Just stay off your feet for the next couple of weeks, and you'll be just fine.
The weather stayed hot for two weeks.
Can I borrow one for about two weeks?
My son's friend imposed himself on us for two weeks.
Each employee is entitled to a two week paid vacation per year.
In another two weeks you will be able to get out of the hospital.
At a rough estimate, I would say the job will take two weeks.
He is to stay here for a fortnight.

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