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二日間, ふつかかん

  • futsukakan


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • a period of two days

Examples of 二日間,ふつかかん in a Sentence

It has been raining for two days.
We stopped over in Los Angeles for two nights on the way to New Zealand.
He stayed at the hotel for two days.
We put off our baseball game for two days.
My mother has been sick for two days.
I haven't had time to do the dishes for two days; they are in a pile in the kitchen sink.
The snow lasted for two days.
I have not been busy for two days.
He meditated for two days before giving his answer.
I have been busy for two days.

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