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木造, もくぞう

  • mokuzō


nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no', noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • wooden
  • made of wood

Examples of 木造,もくぞう in a Sentence

I'd rather live in a wooden house.
The hermit lived in a wooden hut.
My house is built of wood.
Japanese houses are built of wood and they catch fire easily.
They walked with him to an old wooden building near the farmhouse.
A house built of wood is more easily burnt than a house of stone.
Fires are less frightening today than they once were, because more and more houses are built of concrete, and concrete houses do not burn as easily as the old wooden ones.
Most Japanese houses are built of wood.
The Horyuji is the oldest wooden building in the world.
It is the oldest wooden building in existence.

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