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蜜柑, みかん, ミカン

  • mikan,mikan

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • mandarin orange (esp. the satsuma mandarin, Citrus unshiu)

Examples of 蜜柑,みかん,ミカン in a Sentence

このみかん食べ頃
These oranges are good to eat.
She brought apples, oranges, and so on.
They sell apples, oranges, eggs, and so on.
そのみかん腐っているようだ
The orange appears rotten inside.
口直しミカンどうぞ
Have a satsuma for dessert.
ついにソウイチロウとユキノはそのみかん半分切ること決めた
At last Souichiro and Yukino decided to cut the orange into halves.
Let's call Tokyo the Big Mikan!

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