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雑草, ざっそう

  • zassō


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

  • weed

Examples of 雑草,ざっそう in a Sentence

Weeds sprang up in the garden.
I rid the garden of the weeds.
He pulled up the weed and threw it away.
You should get rid of these weeds.
Many weeds were growing among the flowers.
The grass was left long and weedy in the slate walk, and very often he wasn't cutting the grass on the other side of the hedge by the road at all.
We have to get rid of weeds.
Ill weeds are sure to thrive.
Ill weeds grow apace.
My grandmother was pulling up weeds in her backyard.

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