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人参, にんじん

  • ninjin


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • carrot


  • Asian ginseng (Panax ginseng)

Examples of 人参,にんじん in a Sentence

Carrots contain a lot of vitamin A.
Carrots are good for the eyesight.
They sell carrots at the grocery store.
I don't like carrots. "Neither do I."
She cut off the carrot tops.
She hates carrots.
Not liking carrots, he didn't eat it.
Radishes might be more expensive than the carrots.
Rabbits like to eat carrots.
He hates carrots.

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