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競馬, けいば

  • keiba
JLPT LEVEL 2

Definition

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

  • horse racing

Examples of 競馬,けいば in a Sentence

ダービー競馬は2週間の水曜
Derby Day is Wednesday fortnight.
Before the horse race begins the jockeys grip the reins tightly to restrain the impatient horses.
競馬など、stakesと言うこの意味複数形使われること多い
With horse racing and such, these are called "stakes". For this meaning the plural form is often used.
I'm ecstatic about winning 10000 at the races!
I just lost at the races so I'm flat broke.
He is training a horse for a race.
Earn money on the races! Know-how collection on horse racing will have you raking it in!
Earn money on the races! Know-how collection on horse racing will have you raking it in!
He knows better than to spend all his money on horse racing.
He wasted his time on gambling at the horse races.

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