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鶏, にわとり, とり, かけ, くたかけ

  • niwatori,tori,kake,kutakake


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • (domestic) chicken


  • chicken (meat)

Examples of 鶏,にわとり,とり,かけ,くたかけ in a Sentence

Are you going to let this fried chicken go begging?
Fat hens lay few eggs.
This hen does not lay eggs at all these days.
This hen does not lay eggs at all these days.
We have two dogs, three cats, and six chickens.
A turkey is a little bigger than a chicken.
The crowing of a cock is the harbinger of dawn.
Feed chickens with seeds.
What's the difference between erotic and kinky? "Erotic is when you use a feather and kinky is when you use a whole chicken."
My uncle asked me to take care of the chickens.

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