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一晩, ひと晩, ひとばん

  • hitoban


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

  • one evening
  • all night
  • overnight

Examples of 一晩,ひと晩,ひとばん in a Sentence

Will you put us up for one night?
The clothes soaked in water overnight were heavy.
Can I extend my stay one more night?
I wonder whether man could live with only two hours' sleep a night.
I read the whole book in one evening.
You were served sukiyaki for dinner, then spent the night and had breakfast. Don't you think you were imposing?
I left the window open all through the night.
But by leaving the humidifier on all night in the morning condensation's pouring off the windows ...
He looked refreshed after a good night's sleep.
The delay forced us to stay overnight in an expensive hotel.

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