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We found 123 words, 1 kanji, and 135 examples matching '包'
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1
noun
yurt  (see also: ゲル; originally from Chinese 'bāo')
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2
'mu' godan verb, transitive verb
1. to wrap up; to tuck in; to pack; to do up; to cover with; to dress in
2. to conceal; to hide; to be engulfed in; to be enveloped by  (this meaning is restricted to reading つつむ)
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2
noun
parcel; package
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0
packing; wrapping
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0
noun
1. kitchen knife; carving knife
2. cooking; food  (archaic)
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ホウ   つつ to wrap   
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wrap
コ   キ   おのれ self   
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この
こづつみ
小包
カナダ
おく
りたい
です
I'd like to mail this package to Canada.
しごと
仕事
ときこの
つつ
ジョーンズ
いえ
おろすことしよ
I will drop off this package at the Jones' when I go to work.
しごと
仕事
ときこの
つつ
ジョーンズ
いえ
おろして
くだ
さい

Please drop off this package at the Jones' when you go to work.
ほうそう
包装
ふはい
腐敗
らす

Food packaging reduces spoilage.
この
つつ
かれ
によってここ
かれた

This package has been left here by him.
 
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