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Toyama

[ taw-yah-mah ]
/ ˈtɔ yɑˈmɑ /
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noun
a city on W Honshu, in central Japan.
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How to use Toyama in a sentence

  • They say Toyama people spend more proportionately than the people in other prefectures.

    The Foundations of Japan|J.W. Robertson Scott
  • He was honorably buried under a cross, and Chaplain Toyama offered Buddhist prayers.

    Human Bullets|Tadayoshi Sakurai
  • Below, Lee Goom and Toyama were lowering skylight covers and screwing up deadeyes.

    The Night-Born|Jack London

British Dictionary definitions for Toyama

Toyama
/ (ˈtəʊjɑːˌmɑː) /

noun
a city in central Japan, on W Honshu on Toyama Bay (an inlet of the Sea of Japan): chemical and textile centre. Pop: 321 049 (2002 est)
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