歯医者, はいしゃ

  • haisha
JLPT 4

Definition of 歯医者,はいしゃ

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • dentist

Examples of 歯医者,はいしゃ in a Sentence

今日歯医者へ行きました。
Today I went to the dentist's.
My mother visits the dentist's every other day to get her teeth fixed.
The dentist treated my teeth.
何処に行っていたの?」「歯医者に行っていたのだ
Where have you been? "I've been to the dentist."
明日歯医者さん診てもらおうと思っています
I am going to see the dentist tomorrow.
すぐ歯医者見てもらいなさい
You'd better see a dentist at once.
彼女定期的に医者行くのでめったにが痛くならない。
She goes to the dentist regularly, so she seldom gets toothache.
将来歯医者になりたい
I hope I will become a dentist in the future.
She coaxed and wheedled her unwilling child into going to the dentist with her.
You will have to go to the dentist's tomorrow.
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