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くらい
kurai
JLPT N2 Author: dc
Meaning
about, as
(about) as normal as any other guy on the street.
Phrases
How long does it take to get to the station?
Author: Miki

"How often do the buses run in an hour?" "Every thirty minutes."
Author: Miki

How long does it take to get to Vienna on foot?
Author: Miki

"How soon will the bus come?" "In five minutes."
Author: Miki

"How long will the meeting last? "For about two hours."
Author: Miki

I'm wondering how long $100 will carry me?
Author: Miki

I told you it's no good! If anything, I need YOUR help.
Author: KotatsuSama

How often do you go scuba diving in a year?
Author: Miki

I'd like a double for four nights from tonight for about fifty dollars a night.
Author: Miki

Could we see each other for about an hour on February 27 at 3:00 pm?
Author: Miki

The second sentence was just as long.
Author: Miki

How much do I have to do to get your approval?
Author: bamboo4

Follow the street for about 50 meters, and you will see a post office.
Author: Miki

When I meet people I'd like at least a hello.
Author: Amatuka, dc

Even a child could do about that much。
Author: dc, bamboo4

She is about forty.
Author: karekano

The fish I caught was about this big.
Author: karekano

It stopped raining toward noon.
Author: karekano

How long is that bridge?
Author: karekano

How much does the parcel weight?
Author: karekano

How much of oil will this bottle hold?
Author: karekano

He has as much money as I do.
Author: karekano

The teacher scolds Terry as often as (she scolds) me.
Author: karekano

He swims fast, but I can swim just as fast.
Author: karekano

He speaks English, and his little sister does as well.
Author: karekano

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