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We found 6 words, 5 names, and 111 examples matching 'さとう'
Word search: 6 matches
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Most common form: 砂糖
noun
sugar
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Most common form: 砂糖入れ
noun
sugar bowl; sugar jar
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Most common form: ひだりとう
noun
1. drinker; wine lover
2. left (wing); leftist
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Most common form: サトウキビ糖
noun
cane sugar; sugar cane juice; sugar cane molasses
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noun
gradation
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Common name search: 5 matches
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さとう   Satou   (surname)  
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さとう   Satou   (place name, surname)  
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やじま   Yajima   (place name, surname)  
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さじま   Sajima   (place name, surname)  
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さかとう   Sakatou   (surname)  
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Example search: 111 matches
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どうぞ
さとう
佐藤
さんおよび
くだ
さい

I want to speak to Mr Sato please.
さとう
佐藤
さん
えいご
英語
じょうず
はな

Mr Sato speaks English well.
さとう
砂糖
みず
ける

Sugar dissolves in water.
この
あじ
さとう
砂糖
ぎている

The taste of sugar is too noticeable.
ミルク
さとう
砂糖
3つ
れて
ください
I want three sugars in my milk.
 
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