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店, 見世, みせ

  • mise


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • store
  • shop
  • establishment

Examples of 店,見世,みせ in a Sentence

That store gives good service.
I bought this pen at the stationer's around the corner.
There is a rapid increase in shops struggling in the depression.
I don't really like the mall stores.
He went to the store at the last minute, just before it closed.
The net-cafes here cater to students; fees start at around a pound an hour.
Clean up in front of the shop first. "OK!" "Sprinkle some water out there too."
Are there any bags in this shop?
Unfortunately, the store was closed.
I make a special point of avoiding that shop.

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