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一口, ひと口, ひとくち

  • hitokuchi

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • mouthful
  • bite
  • sip
  • draft
  • draught

Definition

  • one word

Examples of 一口,ひと口,ひとくち in a Sentence

The lion ate the rabbit in one bite.
Many were eager to get in on the act.
The woman downed the gin and lime that was served in one swallow.
一口食べてみよう。
I will bite just a little bit.
グレタビール一口飲み干した
Greta chugged the beer in one gulp.
はたパン一口食べた
I only took a bite of bread.
一口飲まないと、にはこの錠剤は飲み込めません。
I can't swallow these tablets without a drink of water.
First, swallow one dose of barium.
マユコは林檎一口食べた
Mayuko took a bite of my apple.
咳止めシロップ本番一口飲まないと落ち着かない
Cough syrup. If I don't drink a mouthful before going on stage I can't settle down!

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