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豊か, ゆたか

  • yutaka


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi)

  • abundant
  • wealthy
  • plentiful
  • rich
  • affluent

Examples of 豊か,ゆたか in a Sentence

Mere decay produces richer life.
The affluence of the United States is often contrasted with the poverty of undeveloped countries.
Rich soil yields good crops.
Our public leaders are imaginative and often come up with new ideas.
In the matter of food and clothing, we are pretty well off.
Those men are rich who are contented with what they have.
You should enrich your mind when young.
He has experience as well as knowledge.
The soil retained richness.
People say that Japan is the richest country in the world.

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