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大きな, おおきな

  • ōkina


noun or verb acting prenominally

  • big
  • large
  • great

Examples of 大きな,おおきな in a Sentence

Some Americans have grave debts.
I had no intention of living in a large city from the start.
I made very short work of the big steak.
A small spark often kindles a large flame.
He has the large room to himself.
My heavens, what an enormous box!
I'm hungry, said the small white rabbit, so they stopped and ate the flower from a large hyacinth.
There was a great gap between the views of the two.
There is a wide gap in the opinions between the two students.
The EC countries have a huge stake in the talks.

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