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幾, いく

  • iku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), prefix

  • some
  • several


  • many


  • how many?
  • how much?

Examples of 幾,いく in a Sentence

The Japanese distribution system, characterized by layers of wholesale, is complex and costly.
To the white glass, I added glass of various colours, producing a pretty feel.
Trucks came and dumped big stones on the road, then some trucks with little stones, then some trucks with tar and sand, and finally a steam roller came and rolled it all smooth, and the road was done.

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