何十, なんじゅう

  • nanjū

Definition of 何十,なんじゅう

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • several tens

Examples of 何十,なんじゅう in a Sentence

He has dozens of English books.
There are billions of stars in the sky.
The human body is composed of billions of small cells.
何十そこへ行きました。
I went there dozens of times.
At the beginning of a marathon race, scores of runners start, but only a few finish and just one takes the cake.
He has dozens of books about Japan.
Next week millions of people will be watching the TV program.
This oil field used to produce an order of magnitude more oil as it does now.
I met my old friends by the dozens.
Some species gradually develop elaborate repertoires of dozens or even hundreds of variants of a basic song.
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