とか

  • toka

Definition of とか

particle, conjunction

  • among other things
  • such things as
  • or something like that

Examples of とか in a Sentence

マルコーニさんとかいう面会です
A Mr Marconi wants to see you.
After that, many live in special homes for the aged where their children and grandchildren can come to visit them.
A Mr Miller wants to see you.
A frown may express anger or displeasure.
My contemporaries are, working, shopping, out and about, all the time.
Dreams flew out of that box when it was opened: dreams of secrets written in disappearing ink and of overwhelming odors.
There the spider waits for small insects like butterflies and dragonflies to be trapped.
Because an average person doesn't need 3D, or high whatchacallit speeds.
He understands ideas such as "same" and "different."
きのうウィリアムズさんとかいう訪ねてきました
A Mr Williams came to see you yesterday.

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