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We found 249 words, 1 name, 1 kanji, and 240 examples matching '円'
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1
noun
1. yen; Japanese monetary unit
2. circle  (orig. meaning)
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noun
500 yen; five hundred yen
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0
noun
1. circle  (see also: )
noun, noun (prefix)
2. entirety; whole; full; complete
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0
appreciation of the yen; strong yen; strengthening of the yen; high-valued yen; exchange in favor of the yen (favour)
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0
noun
1. one yen
suffix, adverb
2. throughout (an area); whole district
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まどか   Madoka   (female given name)  
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エン    circle, yen   まる round   
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にほん
日本
えん
がった

The Japanese yen was appreciated.
その
てがみ
手紙
おく
ひゃく
100
えん
かかった
It cost me 100 yen to send the letter.
50
えん
です
It's 50 yen.
わたし
せる
5000
えん
あります
Have you got 5,000 yen you could lend me?
2000
えん
あれば
りる
はず
If you've got 2000 yen, it should be enough.
 
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