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莫大, ばく大, ばくだい

  • bakudai


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • enormous
  • vast

Examples of 莫大,ばく大,ばくだい in a Sentence

John inherited a large fortune.
This painting is worth a great deal of money.
My uncle is possessed of great wealth.
He will come into a large fortune.
He will never get over his huge business losses.
He is possessed of a great fortune.
He inherited of a great fortune.
The gangsters extorted a vast sum of money from the rich man.
He claimed that the enormous property was at his disposal.
He accumulated a large fortune.

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