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年配, 年輩, ねんぱい

  • nenpai


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

  • elderly
  • age
  • years

Examples of 年配,年輩,ねんぱい in a Sentence

Mrs. Smith is an elderly lady.
She was forty, but she appeared older.
The music is difficult for grownups to understand.
Older people are often afraid of trying new things.
Who should look after the elderly?
Older people still remember the Kennedy assassination.
As is often the case with old people, my grandfather keeps early hours.
Older couples often appreciate cash more than gifts because they neither need nor have room for them.
The new company rule was unfair to older workers.
I respect elderly people.

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