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お金, 御金, おかね

  • okane


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • money

Examples of お金,御金,おかね in a Sentence

How did you come by the money?
He thinks of everything in terms of money.
I don't have any money on me.
The trouble is that I have no money on me now.
In all probability the money will not be paid.
He pointed out that the plan would cost a lot of money.
For one thing I have no money; for another I haven't the time.
I made up my mind, then and there, that I would get the necessary million dollars within a week.
Three big men attacked him and stole his money.
Five thousand dollars is a large sum of money.

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