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大量, たいりょう

  • tairyō


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • large quantity
  • massive (quantity)
  • mass (e.g. mass production, mass transit, mass destruction)

Examples of 大量,たいりょう in a Sentence

Japan consumes a lot of paper.
Actually that I bring a huge volume of reference material with me is a makeshift way of preventing people from disputing my case.
With the development of networks a huge and unprecedented volume of messages flies around the world.
I have a large body of information in my computer database.
She cultivated her mind by reading many books.
Massive amounts of carbon dioxide are generated every day.
She turned away in horror at the sight of so much blood.
The machine generates a lot of electricity.
In the city, large quantities of garbage are being produced every day.
A great deal of energy is locked up in the nucleus.

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