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多い, おおい

  • ōi


adjective (keiyoushi)

  • many
  • numerous

Examples of 多い,おおい in a Sentence

Many young women in their 20s plan to go abroad during their summer holidays.
It's a very rocky soil, isn't it?
The impression that many German wines are sweet, and aren't suited for cooking is wide-spread.
At this time of day, most customers are adults here to exercise, there aren't that many kids.
He emphasised carrying out promises made to the people, but he failed to uphold many commitments.
In places where it snows a lot, kerosene is an indispensable item.
The town has many narrow lanes.
We have a lot of very fine days in October.
A boy of seventeen is often as tall as his father.
There is always heavy traffic here at this time of the day.

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