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チキン

  • chikin

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi), adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi)

  • chicken

Examples of チキン in a Sentence

それじゃ、チキンもらいましょう。
Well then, I'll have chicken.
チキン食べ始めた、それは少しした
When he started to eat his chicken, it tasted a little funny.
Other restaurants serve chicken without anything that makes it stand out.
料理する前にチキンの臓物抜いてください
Draw a chicken before cooking.
ローストチキン大好きな料理の1つです
Roast chicken is one of my favorite dishes.
When I entered the kitchen, she was making chicken curry with rice.
A nice roast chicken is one of my favorite dishes.
マイク、ありがとうチキン嫌いなんだ
Thanks, Mike. I don't like chicken.
十八番チキンレモン煮よ
Just my old standby: lemon chicken.
チキンお願いします
Chicken, please.

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