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深み, 深味, ふかみ

  • fukami


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • depth
  • deep place

Examples of 深み,深味,ふかみ in a Sentence

Between you and me, he's a shallow thinker.
There's no demand for them as tools, so the product line-up is poor.
This drama is missing something. All it is is a simple cautionary tale with no real depth.
It also has a strong flavour, and adds depth to Chinese food such as soups and stir-fries.
Compared with his father, he is lacking in depth.
As compared with his father, he is lacking in depth.
Compared with his father he is lacking in depth.

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