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穀物, こくもつ

  • kokumotsu


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • grain
  • cereal
  • corn

Examples of 穀物,こくもつ in a Sentence

It's much cheaper to live on grains and vegetables you can grow in your garden.
The family were all out reaping the corn.
In other cultures, the balls were filled with earth, grain, bits and pieces of plants, and sometimes even pieces of metal.
Our neighbor's ground yields better corn than our own.
We import grain from Canada every year.
Organic cultivation is a method of growing plants (grains, vegetables, fruit, etc.) without using agricultural chemicals.
They have plenty of grain in store.
The field mice were eating up the farmers' grain.
Americans eat lots of wheat, rye and other grains.
The birds pecked grains.

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