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金銭, きんせん

  • kinsen


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

  • money
  • cash

Examples of 金銭,きんせん in a Sentence

I had a quarrel with him over money.
Trade knows neither friends or kindred.
Love of money is common to all men.
I think the love of money is common to us all.
The value of a good education cannot be measured in terms of money.
We should not place too much emphasis on money.
My father will support me financially.
Money is not a criterion of success.
He is careless about money.
Real friendship is more valuable than money.

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