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に渡って, に亘って, にわたって

  • niwatatte


Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.)

  • throughout
  • over a period of ...
  • over a span of ...

Examples of に渡って,に亘って,にわたって in a Sentence

And that's why for almost a hundred years, any employee has been able to go to his employer and insist on being paid in cash.
The quality of their products has gone down over the years.
Rev. King led protests and demonstrations all over the country during the next few years.
The road parallels the river for a few miles.
The road ran straight for several miles.
Until recently I have been an early riser for the last six years.
There'll be quite a lot of scenes like this in the next few programs.
India was governed by Great Britain for many years.
Just as all kinds of communication methods are increasing, human relationships are becoming weak. A perfect case of mistaking means for ends.
Records are particularly scarce for this era, perhaps owing to a long series of natural disasters which befell the capital.

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