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思し召し;思召 [おぼしめし] /(n) (1) (hon) thoughts/opinion/(one's) discretion/(2) however much money you wish to give (as alms, a fee at a museum, etc.)/(3) fondness (for a significant other, etc.; often used teasingly)/love/fancy/liking
取り;取 [どり] /(n-suf) (1) (after a quantity) samurai receiving this much rice as a fee/(2) offering of rice cake containing this much rice/(3) (obs) person receiving this amount of money as a salary
Love is above money; this can't give so much happiness as that.
I have not so much money as you think.
My brother earns half as much money as my father.
I have three times as much money as much money as you.
I have three times as much money as you.
I've got as much money as he has.
I don't have as much money as he doesn't.
Japanese seem to prefer picking a marriage partner as much like themselves as possible, finding a job that provides security and slow but steady advancement, and putting money in the bank.
I will lend you as much money as you want.
Old Mr Smith is saving as much money as he can.
It is not so much money as fame that he wanted.
Lend him as much money as he needs.
He earned as much money as possible.
He has as much money as I do.
He had twice as much money as I.
She is trying to save as much money as she can.
She is trying save as much money as she can.
She spends as much money as she earns.
He works not so much for money as for the work itself. [M]
Extract as much money as you can in 90 seconds.
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