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衣類, いるい

  • irui


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

  • clothes
  • clothing
  • garments

Examples of 衣類,いるい in a Sentence

Men's clothing is loose fitting.
The boy crammed all his clothes into the bag.
I'll send you your clothes and some other things next month by express delivery.
These garments are made of 100 percent wool.
He took adequate clothes for a weekend trip.
The bag will easily carry enough clothes for a week.
Every Monday Mrs. Evans washed all the family's clothes in the tin bath.
A coat is an article of clothing.
Goods at the food and clothing stalls were very cheap.
With winter coming on, it's time to buy warm clothes.

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