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お菓子, 御菓子, おかし

  • okashi


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • confections
  • sweets
  • candy

Examples of お菓子,御菓子,おかし in a Sentence

The baby almost choked on a piece of candy.
Some kids start to carry on at a supermarket when they are not allowed to buy some candy or other treat.
Why don't you share your cookies with Jim?
Mom alone can make this cake.
Please help yourself to the cakes.
You cannot have your cake and eat it, too.
Please help yourself to the sweets.
Trust people, but don't take candy from strangers.
The boy had been crying until he got some candy.
Please help yourself to the cake.

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