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常食, じょうしょく

  • jōshoku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • daily food
  • regular diet
  • staple food

Examples of 常食,じょうしょく in a Sentence

The Japanese live mainly on rice.
Cattle feed on grass.
The number of Japanese who live on bread has increased.
We Japanese live on rice.
Birds feed on berries and corn seeds.
She lives on vegetables and brown rice.
Important as sugar is as article of food, we cannot live on it.
That animal feeds on flesh.
These are the trees on the leaves of which silkworms live.
We live on rice.

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