靴下, 沓下, くつした

  • kutsushita
JLPT 5

Definition of 靴下,沓下,くつした

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • socks
  • sock
  • stockings
  • stocking

Examples of 靴下,沓下,くつした in a Sentence

この靴下片方どこ
Where is the mate to this sock?
Two stockings are called a pair of stockings.
The hosiery factory produces 600,000 pairs of socks a day.
靴下には大きながあいてるよ。
There is a big hole in your stocking.
この綿靴下洗濯きく
These cotton socks bear washing well.
He selected a pair of socks to match his suit.
靴下裏返しにはいているよ。
You are wearing your socks inside out.
靴下裏返しに履いていた。
He had his socks on inside out.
靴下片方裏返しにはいていた。
He had one of his socks on inside out.
靴下には穴があいている。
There is a hole in his sock.
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