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箸, はし

  • hashi


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • chopsticks

Examples of 箸,はし in a Sentence

We ate with chopsticks in restrained silence.
The boy tried eating with chopsticks.
Tracy had never used chopsticks before then.
Mr Parker tried eating with chopsticks.
This means that there are twice as many chopstick- and finger-users as fork-users.
There was, however, a need for food to be carried from the bowl to the mouth, and chopsticks came along to meet that need.
But there's only one pair of chopsticks. What shall we do?
We use chopsticks in place of knives and forks.
Fork-users are mainly in Europe, North America, and Latin America; chopstick-users in eastern Asia and finger-users in Africa, the Middle East, Indonesia, and India.
Some of the oldest Chinese chopsticks date from 1200 B.C.

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