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一足, いっそく

  • issoku

Definition

adverbial noun (fukushitekimeishi), noun (temporal) (jisoumeishi)

  • pair (footwear)

Examples of 一足,いっそく in a Sentence

Whose is this pair of stockings?
靴下1足靴下呼ばれる
Two stockings are called a pair of stockings.
新しい一足買った。
He bought a new pair of shoes.
彼女ブーツ一足買った。
She bought a pair of boots.
一足買った。
I bought a pair of shoes.
She gave me a nice pair of shoes.
Shoes are sold in pairs.
新しい一足買った。
I got a pair of new shoes.
ナンシーは赤い1足ほしがっている
Nancy wants a pair of red shoes.
She got a pair of shoes from Father.

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