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賞金, しょうきん

  • shōkin


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • prize
  • monetary award

Examples of 賞金,しょうきん in a Sentence

You have just won a prize of $5000 in a California state safety competition for proper use of your seatbelt.
The lady really flipped out when she learned she had won a million dollars.
Mother Teresa used the prize money for her work in India and around the world.
You'll get a reward for your cooperation.
John took the lion's share of the lottery winnings; he claimed it was his idea to buy the ticket in the first place.
He deposited the prize money in the bank.
A reward has been offered for information pertaining to the incident.
The prize money allowed him to buy a guitar.
What are you going to do with the money?, asked the policeman.
The prize money enabled me to go on a world cruise.

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