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洗濯物, せんたくもの

  • sentakumono


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • clothes to be washed
  • the washing

Examples of 洗濯物,せんたくもの in a Sentence

Where should I put my laundry?
When it began to rain, she told her son to take in the washing.
Drying the washing on a fine day in the rainy season; I felt like it was already summer.
How soon will this laundry be ready?
If it rains, take the washing in.
It looks like rain. You had better take in the washing.
Will you pick up the laundry from the laundrette?
A woman was hanging the washing on the line.
I've got a big wash today.
The weather's so good I think I'll hang the laundry out to dry.

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