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長時間, ちょうじかん

  • chōjikan


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

  • long period of time
  • long playing

Examples of 長時間,ちょうじかん in a Sentence

The committee had a long session.
If, on the other hand, children are left alone a great deal with nothing to do, they are likely to become dull and unintelligent.
They talked over the plan for hours.
She quit her job because of the low pay and long hours.
It took her a long time to choose a hat.
Don't spend so much time watching TV.
The captain exercised the new recruits with long marches.
His speech went on for such a long time that some people began to fall asleep.
In the Hanshin earthquake, the ground shook for a long time.
If you walk a lot, you will develop calluses on your heel.

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