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多く, おおく

  • ōku


adverb (fukushi)

  • many
  • much
  • largely
  • abundantly
  • mostly

Examples of 多く,おおく in a Sentence

Britain established many colonies.
In many cases, the image that comes to mind when you listen to music is that of the CD's artwork.
He is loved by many, isn't he? "Yes, he is."
Many people gathered under this banner of freedom.
Tom learnt from Mr Ogawa that many people have scorn for the nouveau riche.
Many people think I'm crazy.
You see, said the elder brother, "I was right. Here I have lived quietly and well, while you, though you may have been a king, have seen a great deal of trouble."
Act now! he said, and in addition to his obvious meaning, he hinted that there were number of other important reasons why immediate action was needed.
I hope I'll have learned a great deal about it in ten years.
During the Depression in the 1930's, many wealthy people lost everything in the stock market crash.

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