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水不足, みずぶそく

  • mizubusoku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • water shortage
  • shortage of water supply

Examples of 水不足,みずぶそく in a Sentence

We are badly in want of water.
People living in this area are dying for want of water.
All the flowers in the garden died for lack of water.
In his opinion, the time will come soon when people will suffer from a water shortage.
This city will suffer from an acute water shortage unless it rains soon.
We are suffering from a severe water shortage this summer.
There is an acute shortage of water.
Tokyo will run short of water again this summer.
The plants died for lack of water.
A water shortage causes a lot of inconvenience.

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