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長期, ちょうき

  • chōki


adverbial noun (fukushitekimeishi), noun (temporal) (jisoumeishi)

  • long time period
  • long term

Examples of 長期,ちょうき in a Sentence

After being ill for a long time, Jane turned into a couch potato.
It was a great success, ending in a long run.
The doctor advised me to take a long holiday.
When I can get through my exams, I will take a long vacation.
The postwar has experienced several long periods of continuous strong prosperity, among which are the Jinmu Boom and the Iwato boom.
Indeed this chair is fine to look at, but it will not stand up to long use.
Records are particularly scarce for this era, perhaps owing to a long series of natural disasters which befell the capital.
If I can get through with my exams, I'll take a long vacation.
The long-range forecast says we will have a mild winter.
Are you planning on staying long in Berlin?

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