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物価, ぶっか

  • bukka


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • prices of commodities
  • prices (in general)
  • cost-of-living

Examples of 物価,ぶっか in a Sentence

Prices ought to come down soon.
The government lifted price controls.
The price did not enter into our consideration.
Prices have been rising steadily.
Prices have been gradually rising in recent years.
Price increases explain the difference between the real and nominal growth rates.
The government has held commodity prices in check.
Prices have risen steadily during the past decade.
In the long run, prices will rise.
Prices are lower in Kobe.

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