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間隔, かんかく

  • kankaku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • space
  • interval
  • SPC

Examples of 間隔,かんかく in a Sentence

There is a bus every fifteen minutes.
The trees are planted at intervals of thirty meters.
There was a long interval before he replied.
Buses are running at 20 minute intervals.
Excuse me. How often do shuttle buses run to downtown New York?
The huts were built with a space of 50 meters in between.
You must practice it at regular intervals.
During the rush hour in Tokyo and Osaka, the trains run at intervals of a few minutes.
How often do the buses run?

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