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パン屋, パンや

  • pan'ya

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • bakery

Examples of パン屋,パンや in a Sentence

アメリカパン屋は、「baker’s dozen」は12はなく13
In U.S. bakeries, a "baker's dozen" is 13, not 12.
このは、パン屋あった
There used to be a bake-shop on this corner.
パン屋食パン1つ買った。
I bought a loaf of bread at the baker's.
パン屋です
I'm a baker.
帰る途中パン屋寄った
He called at the baker's on the way home.
Mom-and-pop bakeries were overwhelmed by supermarkets.
向かいのパンへ行ってパン買ってきて
Will you go across to the baker's and buy some bread?
そのパン屋肉屋です
The baker's is next door to the butcher's.
息子パン屋やらせた
He set his son up as a baker.
そのパン屋いいです
The baker is a good man.

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