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印度, いんど, インド

  • indo,indo


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • India
  • Hindustan

Examples of 印度,いんど,インド in a Sentence

My grandfather was part Indian.
Columbus argued that he could reach India by going west.
We import tea from India.
This lady is Indian.
Tea is widely grown in India.
She taught rich Indian girls.
Sometimes she tried talking to him about India.
Mother Teresa was a Catholic nun who lived and worked in Calcutta, India.
Seeing that movie is something like taking a trip to India.
Mother Teresa used the prize money for her work in India and around the world.

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