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しばらくの間, 暫くの間, しばらくのあいだ

  • shibarakunoaida


Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), adverb (fukushi)

  • for a short while
  • for a while
  • for some time
  • for the time being

Examples of しばらくの間,暫くの間,しばらくのあいだ in a Sentence

I don't mind waiting for a while.
You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time; but you cannot fool all the people all of the time.
They lent us some of their staff for a while.
She made up her mind to stay with us for a while.
She was always staring at me for the time being.
By the way, this week - no matter what flags are set - it's a certainty that there will be no ecchi scenes. You'll just have to bear with it a while.
Alan Tate and I looked at one another for a while.
She made up her mind to stay with us for a while.
She was happy for some time.
She pondered the question for a while.

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