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数ヶ月, 数ケ月, 数か月, 数カ月, すうかげつ

  • sūkagetsu


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • several months

Examples of 数ヶ月,数ケ月,数か月,数カ月,すうかげつ in a Sentence

It is only a few months since that Frenchman came to Japan.
Johnny moved to Spain just a few months ago, so he isn't used to speaking Spanish as yet.
She was sad for the first time in months.
Her health has been declining these past months.
If there's a world-wide all-out nuclear war it's said that there will be a "nuclear winter" all over the planet for several months.
Monetary policy in United States has been characterized by tight credit over the months.
I stayed in Japan only a few months.
I stayed in Japan only a few months, during which time I went through a series if hardships.
I took up squash only a few months ago.
To survive, the polar bear must keep its body at the right temperature and store enough energy to last between meals that could be a few days or a few months apart.

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