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Japanese and British people usually wait at a bus stop in a queue.
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Sentence #281780

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Japanese and British people usually wait at a bus stop in a queue.

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deu
Japaner und Briten warten an Bushaltestellen normalerweise in einer Schlange.
ind
Orang Jepang dan Inggris biasanya menunggu di pemberhentian bis dengan mengantri.
jpn
日本人や英国人は大抵バス停で列を作って待つ。
日本人[にっぽんじん] や[] 英国[えいこく] 人[じん] は[] 大抵[たいてい] バス停[ばすてい] で[] 列[れつ] を[] 作っ[つくっ] て[] 待つ[まつ] 。[]
spa
Tanto japoneses como británicos siempre esperan el autobús formados en fila.
spa
Los japoneses y los británicos suelen esperar en fila en las paradas de autobús.
hun
A japánok és az angolok általában sorban várnak a buszra.