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貧乏, 貧棒, 貧之, びんぼう

  • binbō


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

  • poverty
  • destitute
  • poor

Examples of 貧乏,貧棒,貧之,びんぼう in a Sentence

I was very poor in those days.
While she is rich, she says she is poor.
Don't be ashamed of being poor.
I would rather be poor than make money by dishonest means.
Poor as he is, he is happy.
They were so poor that they had little money to buy food with.
He was terribly poor when he was young.
Though he is very poor, he is above telling a lie.
The war made the country poor.
Don't despise others because they are poor.

Related Study Lists

  • This list contains all words and kanji related to the JLPT N1 test. Official word and kanji lists are not available for these tests;...
  • Because what good is learning the pronunciation of a word if you're not learning the associated kanji as well?    
  •    This list excludes people, animals, plants, and places.           .
  • い adjectives are the true Japanese adjectives. な adjectives are the pseudo-Japanese adjectives.  Both are equally important to learn.
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