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何らか, 何等か, なんらか

  • nanraka


adverb (fukushi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • some
  • any
  • in any way
  • of some kind
  • of some sort

Examples of 何らか,何等か,なんらか in a Sentence

There must be some way to solve this.
Reflect on your own motives when making a decision.
You'll have to manufacture some kind of excuse.
Because of some technical problem, a movie was shown in place of the announced program.
It is essential that some kind of compromise be reached between Pyongyang and Washington.
I think each of us played a part in inviting today's confusion.
He is said to have something to do with the political scandal.
He seems to have something to do with it.
All men have some natural talent, but the question is whether they can use it or not.
The park is planted with trees of some kind or other.

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