ハンバーガー

  • hanbāgā

Definition of ハンバーガー

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • hamburger (on a bun)

Examples of ハンバーガー in a Sentence

あのハンバーガーです
That shop is a hamburger shop.
あのハンバーガー本当においしかった
Boy, that hamburger really hit the spot.
ハンバーガー1つ食べてもう1つ注文した
I ate a hamburger and ordered another.
息子ハンバーガーあきています
My son is tired of hamburgers.
ハンバーガーがほしかったが、我慢した
I wanted a hamburger, but I restrained myself.
まだお腹がすいてるならもう1つハンバーガー食べてね。
If you're still hungry, have another hamburger.
I don't like such things as steaks and hamburgers.
McDonald's is world-famous for its hamburgers.
もうハンバーガーうんざり
I'm sick and tired of hamburgers.
ハンバーガー有名米国料理です
The hamburger is a famous American dish.
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