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南部, なんぶ

  • nanbu


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • southern part
  • the south (of a region)

Examples of 南部,なんぶ in a Sentence

Traveling to the southern states during the winter will be costlier than it is now.
She must be from the South.
She comes from the South, as I knew from her accent.
Our school is in the south of the city.
In the Southern region, sales were up 47 percent.
Past the west coasts of Europe and Africa to the tip of southern Africa.
They come from the south of France.
He lives in the southern part of the city.
The troops fought with Grant against the Confederates.
He must be from the South.

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