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じゃが芋, ジャガ芋, 馬鈴薯, じゃがいも, ジャガいも, ジャガイモ, ばれいしょ

  • jagaimo,jagaimo,jagaimo,bareisho


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • potato (Solanum tuberosum)

Examples of じゃが芋,ジャガ芋,馬鈴薯,じゃがいも,ジャガいも,ジャガイモ,ばれいしょ in a Sentence

I take care of the potatoes now.
Have you dug up the potatoes?
I'll boil you the potatoes.
I want some potatoes; do you have any?
The potato is native to the highlands of Central and South America.
Potatoes were introduced by the Dutch from Jakarta.
When were potatoes introduced into Japan?
Please scrape the skin off the potatoes.
Potatoes were being cooked in the kitchen by the girls.
Just look! The potatoes are all rolling out! You're a real dullard aren't you?

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