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日光, にっこう

  • nikkō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • sunlight

Examples of 日光,にっこう in a Sentence

This room gets little sunshine.
She was left in the sun too long.
Open the curtains and let the sunshine in.
The room was bathed in sunshine.
The sunbeam acts upon the skin.
Sunlight is no less necessary to good health than fresh air.
Sunshine is beneficial to plants.
Sunlight and water are agents that make plants grow.
The most likely sources of energy in hot and dry regions are the wind and the sun.
As food and drink is to animals, so are rain and sunshine to plants.

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