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大火事, おおかじ

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Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • big fire (buildings, etc. on fire)

Examples of 大火事,おおかじ in a Sentence

昨日大火事あった
There was a big fire last night.
According to the newspaper, there was a big fire last night.
According to the paper, there was a big fire in Boston.
昨夜近所大火事あった
There was a big fire near my house last night.
何十がその大火事焼けた。
Dozens of houses were burned down in that big fire.
The big fire reduced the whole town to ashes.
地震あと大火事起こった
A big fire broke out after the earthquake.

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