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We found 1 point of interest, 776 words, 1 kanji, and 281 examples matching '口'
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noun
1. mouth
2. opening; hole; gap; orifice
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noun
1. population
2. common talk
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noun
west entrance
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noun
exit; gateway; way out; outlet; leak; vent  (see also: 入り口)
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noun
1. telephone receiver; telephone mouthpiece
2. making a telephone call; receiving a telephone call  (see also: 電話口に出る)
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コウ   ク   くち mouth   
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まえ
くち
ことない
That's my own affair.
ひと
こと
くち

Mind your own business!
くち
もの
れて
はな
して
はいけません
Don't speak with your mouth full.
じぶん
自分
くち

Say it with your own mouth.
くち
しょくもつ
食物
いっぱい
れて
しゃべる
Don't speak with your mouth full.
 
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