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地下室, ちかしつ

  • chikashitsu


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • cellar
  • basement

Examples of 地下室,ちかしつ in a Sentence

The cellar is ugly, dark, and stinky.
The basement has been made over into a workshop.
Pretty soon they tore down the apartment houses and tenement houses around the Little House started digging big on each side.
Suddenly, it started to look almost nice and warm.
The burglar locked the couple in the basement.
The gunfire was getting worse, so we ran down to our cellar.
If you want any more wine, go to the cellar and get some.
We spent all of that night, the next day, and the next night in the cellar.
He brought our TV set down to the cellar.
I realized then that this awful cellar was the only place that could save our lives.

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