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全焼, ぜんしょう

  • zenshō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • burned down
  • entirely destroyed

Examples of 全焼,ぜんしょう in a Sentence

The house was burned to ashes.
The fire consumed the whole building.
Ten houses were burned down.
Their house was burned down in the fire.
The hotel was burned to the ground.
Two hundred houses were burnt down in the fire which broke out yesterday.
The fire consumed the whole house.
The castle, burnt down in 1485, was not rebuilt.
Not all the houses around here were burned down in the fire.
A delicatessen caught fire and burned down, leaving a heap of ashes.

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