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皿洗い, さらあらい

  • sarārai

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • washing-up
  • dish-washing

Examples of 皿洗い,さらあらい in a Sentence

Let me help you with the dishes.
These bus ladies seem to like to do so.
彼女皿洗いしていた
She employed herself in washing the dishes.
The girl did not like to wash dishes, but she made the best of it.
彼女皿洗いいやだったが、我慢してやった。
She didn't want to wash the dishes, but she made the best of it.
I haven't had time to do the dishes for two days; they are in a pile in the kitchen sink.
皿洗いやります
I'll wash the dishes.
皿洗いやる
I usually do the dishes.
皿洗いめんじてやろう。
I'll let you off doing the dishes.
皿洗い仕事大きな負担
My dish-washing duties are a heavy burden.

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