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僅か, 纔か, わずか

  • wazuka


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), adverb (fukushi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • only
  • merely
  • (a) little
  • small quantity

Examples of 僅か,纔か,わずか in a Sentence

There were but few who did not go there.
We found only a small number of customers in the store.
There seems to be a slight difference on the treatment of the B factor between their approaches.
Yet today only about 15 percent of American families follow this pattern.
Only 40 percent of students go on university.
After only 36 months, Koko could use 184 signs.
I can't get by on such a small income.
The appropriation is pin-money; it wouldn't be enough even to build a gym, much less build the administration building.
We have only a slender chance of success.
A man's life is but three score years and ten.

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