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何千, なんぜん

  • nanzen


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • many thousands

Examples of 何千,なんぜん in a Sentence

Thousands of people were there.
What were the balls made of? Thousands of years ago, the Egyptians made balls out of soft leather or cloth.
The detective questioned literally thousands of people about the incident.
The cost will run into thousands of dollars.
Birds can fly thousands of miles away and return to the same place every year.
Many animals that lived thousands of years ago are now extinct.
Thousands of lives will be at stake if emergency food does not arrive there within a few days.
Thousands of people were milling around in the square.
Thousands of people gathered there.
The expressway was congested with thousands of cars.

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