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手ぶら, てぶら

  • tebura

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • empty-handed

Examples of 手ぶら,てぶら in a Sentence

But more often than not, we came back empty-handed.
そこ売りは、手ぶら行けるバーベキュー場す。
The best thing about that place is the barbecue area where they supply you with everything you need.
手ぶら来ない歓迎される
Those who bring something with them are welcome.

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