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包み, つつみ

  • tsutsumi


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • bundle
  • package
  • parcel
  • bale

Examples of 包み,つつみ in a Sentence

He held a package under his arm.
Do you want me to wrap it up as a gift?
Help me lift the package.
Please undo the package.
It came in a handsome wooden box and contained a rack for test tubes, glass bottles of powerful powders, a little packet of sensitive paper (litmus, I think), a glass rod, the manual and suitably exciting poison labels.
I will drop off this package at the Jones' when I go to work.
He delivered the package to the orphanage.
The peddler carried a big bundle on his back.
Please drop off this package at the Jones' when you go to work.
The package was delivered yesterday.

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