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takusan
na adjective, adverb, noun

Alternate Written Forms:

[たく()·さん()]
takusan

English Meaning(s) for たくさん

na adjective, adverb, noun
  1. many; a lot; much

Definition and Synonyms for たくさん

Abundant present in great quantity
Synonyms: たくさん, ふんだん, 多量, 大量, 数多, 潤沢, 膨大, 豊か, 豊富, 豊満, 豊潤, 豊饒
Plentiful existing in great number or quantity
Synonyms: たくさん
Much frequently or in great quantities
Synonyms: よく, うんと, たんと, いっぱい, おおきに, しきりと, しきりに, しこたま, しばしば, しばしば, たくさん, たびたび, ちょいちょい, ちょくちょく, ちょこちょこ, 仰山, 再々, 再三, 多く, 大いに, 好く, 往々, 繁繁, 重ね重ね, 間々, 頻る, 頻く頻く
Plenty as much as necessary
Synonyms: たくさん, 優に, 十分, 十分, 千度
Amply sufficiently
Synonyms: たくさん, みっちり, 万々, 十分, 十分, 遺憾無く
Much great in quantity or degree or extent
Synonyms: たくさん, 仰山, 多い, 大量
Abundantly in an abundant manner
Synonyms: うんと, たくさん, 多く, 大量, 山々, 豊富
Richly to an ample degree or in an ample manner
Synonyms: たくさん
Sizable fairly large
Synonyms: たくさん, 十分, 十分, 多額, 大きい, 大仰, 大型, 潤沢, 豊富
Amply more than adequately
Synonyms: たくさん, みっちり, 万々, 十分, 十分, 遺憾無く

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Sample Sentences for たくさん

Mr. Yamada gives us a lot of homework every day.
A lot of funds are necessary to travel.
A big bomb fell, and a great many people lost their lives.
The town has many high buildings.
She appears to have many friends.

Comments for たくさん

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Monox D. I-Fly wrote on Wednesday at 8:19 PM

"Sawayama"? We can say it like that?

Use the onyomi most of the time with compound kanji

#3 Posted by machigainai over 2 years ago

"Sawayama"? We can say it like that?

#2 Posted by Monox D. I-Fly over 2 years ago

Why is たくさん pronounced as さわやま(沢山)and not たくさん? 

#1 Posted by kop over 5 years ago


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