宝くじ, 宝籤, 宝鬮, たからくじ

  • takarakuji

Definition of 宝くじ,宝籤,宝鬮,たからくじ

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • lottery

Examples of 宝くじ,宝籤,宝鬮,たからくじ in a Sentence

つきがいいほうではないのでパチンコない宝くじ買いません。
I don't have good luck, so I don't play pachinko or buy lottery tickets.
仮に宝くじ当たったとしたら、そのお金買います
If you were to win the lottery, what would you buy with the money?
You may as well burn your money as spend it on lottery tickets.
宝くじ当たれば、左うちわ暮らせるだろうに。
If I win the lottery, I'll be able to live high on the hog.
宝くじが当たった。
I won the lottery.
John took the lion's share of the lottery winnings; he claimed it was his idea to buy the ticket in the first place.
John took the lion's share of the lottery winnings; he claimed it was his idea to buy the ticket in the first place.
ジェリーが宝くじ当たった本当の。
Did Jerry really win a lottery?
Buy a lottery ticket or something? "Well, I don't think I've got much luck with gambling."
あの一家は100ドル宝くじあたったは、金回りよかった
When the family won the million dollar sweepstakes, they were in the fat city.
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