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野球, やきゅう

  • yakyū


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • baseball

Examples of 野球,やきゅう in a Sentence

Did you play baseball yesterday?
Do you like sports? "Yes, I like baseball, among other things."
One day in 1906, a newspaper cartoonist named Tad Dorgan went to a baseball game.
To what degree are you interested in baseball?
Do you know baseball?
It's too dark to play baseball now.
Just as the Americans like baseball, the British like cricket.
I had never seen such an exciting baseball game before.
No, I can't. I have to watch a baseball game on TV.
Won't you go and see a baseball game with me?

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