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ボックス

  • bokkusu

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • box

Examples of ボックス in a Sentence

あの町かど公衆電話ボックスある
There is a telephone booth at the corner of the street.
I have left my umbrella in the phone booth.
このあたりは電話ボックスとても少ない
Telephone booths are as scarce as hen's teeth around here.
トムがどんどん走ると、ついに電話ボックス見えた
Tom ran and ran, until at last he saw the telephone booth.

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