水, みず

  • mizu
JLPT 5

Definition of 水,みず

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • water (esp. cool, fresh water, e.g. drinking water)

  • fluid (esp. in an animal tissue)
  • liquid

  • flood
  • floodwaters

  • water offered to sumo wrestlers just prior to a bout

  • break granted to sumo wrestlers engaged in a prolonged bout

Related Kanji

water

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Examples of 水,みず in a Sentence

I work every other day: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
かれやった
He watered the soil.
Give water to the thirsty and food to the hungry.
In the event that asbestos-covered mesh is found, ensure its safety by damping the asbestos portion to prevent dust release and wrapping in a plastic bag.
We had a little water.
Oxygen from the air dissolves in water.
パン小麦粉と、それにしばしばイースト加えてから作られる。
Bread is made from flour, water, and often yeast.
Heat turns ice into water.
I did that, she complained, "but there was no water in it!"

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