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何度か, なんどか

  • nandoka


adverb (fukushi)

  • several times
  • one or twice

Examples of 何度か,なんどか in a Sentence

How often have you been there?
I have been abroad several times this year.
She tried several times but failed.
He tried several times, but failed.
He has had several goes at marriage.
I have visited Sapporo several times on business.
He tried to give up smoking several times, but failed.
I made several calls to Mr Yamada's residence, but no one answered the calls.
After several delays, the plane finally left.
In Singapore, a way to punish criminals is to whip them, or hit them several strokes with a cane, on their backs.

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