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数年, すうねん

  • sūnen


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • several years

Examples of 数年,すうねん in a Sentence

I began playing golf years ago.
The Union of South Africa has had racial problems in recent years.
The quality of their products has gone down over the years.
The number of traffic accidents has increased in recent years.
The birthrate will continue to decline for years to come.
Recently, the increasing diversity of computer use has extended far beyond the realms of the office.
We have two spare rooms upstairs, neither of which has been used for years.
Such a good time we haven't had for years.
My father retired from his job several years ago.
The twenty-first century starts in just a few years.

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