包丁, 庖丁, ほうちょう

  • hōchō
JLPT 2

Definition of 包丁,庖丁,ほうちょう

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • kitchen knife
  • carving knife

Examples of 包丁,庖丁,ほうちょう in a Sentence

Don't let your boy play with a knife.
この包丁・・・有名刀匠が作ったものなんです
This carving knife ... it's one made by a famous swordsmith.
彼女長年包丁する減らした
She ground down a kitchen knife in the course of many years.
は、包丁使っているときに、切った。
When using the kitchen knife, my wife cut her finger.
Don't forget to bring kitchen utensils such as knives and cooking pots.
包丁切りました。
I cut my finger with a knife.
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