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幾らか, いくらか

  • ikuraka


adverb (fukushi), noun (temporal) (jisoumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • some
  • (a) little


  • somewhat
  • to some extent
  • in part

Examples of 幾らか,いくらか in a Sentence

She put by some money for a rainy day.
With the approach of Christmas, business improved somewhat.
If you need money, I'll lend you some.
Strictly speaking, there were some mistakes in his speech.
Please leave some money.
Some of the cake is left in the kitchen.
He has some experience in teaching English.
I want some potatoes; do you have any?
Give me some coffee if there is any left.
He has something to do with the matter.

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