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数枚, すうまい

  • sūmai


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • several sheets (flat objects)

Examples of 数枚,すうまい in a Sentence

Here are a few coppers.
He thrust some coins into my pocket.
Apart from several windowpanes, there was no major damage.
My father bought some CDs for my birthday.
I found a pot in which there were several old coins.
He took out some coins.
There were long desks lined up, several pipe chairs, and stuck on the bulletin board were a calendar and several printouts.
I have several silver coins.
I have some stamps in my bag.
We managed to get some foreign stamps.

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