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Ashtray in Japanese ๐Ÿ‡ฏ๐Ÿ‡ต

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ashtray ใฏใ„ใ–ใ‚‰
How to say “ashtray” in Japanese? “ใฏใ„ใ–ใ‚‰”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “ใฏใ„ใ–ใ‚‰” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on ashtray in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to Remember the Japanese Word (ใฏใ„ใ–ใ‚‰ Hai-zara):
– Break down the word into two parts: "ใฏใ„" (hai) and "ใ–ใ‚‰" (zara).
– "ใฏใ„" (hai) could remind you of saying "hi" to someone who smokes.
– "ใ–ใ‚‰" (zara) can sound like "czar," imagining a czar holding an ashtray in a grand setting.
– Visualize a scene where you greet (hai) someone and offer them an ashtray (zara) to smoke.

– ใฏใ„ใ–ใ‚‰ (Hai-zara) directly translates to "ashtray" in English.
– It is used to refer to a container used to dispose of the ash and cigarette butts.

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– ็ฐๅ…ฅใ‚Œ (ใฏใ„ใ‚Œ hai-ire): Sometimes used but less common; literally means "container for ashes."
– ็ฐ็šฟ (ใฏใ„ใ–ใ‚‰ hai-zara): Another compound, using the same characters, but written differently.

Alternate Meanings (Like Slang):
– There's no widespread slang use for ใฏใ„ใ–ใ‚‰ (hai-zara) in Japanese, but note that in informal speech, people might just refer to the action of using an ashtray without naming the object, depending on the context.

Examples of Sentences that Use It:
1. ใใฎใฏใ„ใ–ใ‚‰ใ‚’ๅ–ใฃใฆใใ ใ•ใ„ใ€‚
– Sono haizara wo totte kudasai.
– Please pass me the ashtray.

2. ใ“ใฎใƒใƒผใฎใฏใ„ใ–ใ‚‰ใฏใจใฆใ‚‚ใŠใ—ใ‚ƒใ‚Œใงใ™ใญใ€‚
– Kono bฤ no haizara wa totemo oshare desu ne.
– The ashtrays at this bar are very stylish, aren't they?

3. ใฏใ„ใ–ใ‚‰ใŒใ„ใฃใฑใ„ใซใชใฃใŸใฎใงๆจใฆใฆใใ ใ•ใ„ใ€‚
– Haizara ga ippai ni natta no de sutete kudasai.
– The ashtray is full, so please throw it away.

4. ๅ…ฌๅœ’ใงใฏใฏใ„ใ–ใ‚‰ใชใ—ใง็…™่‰ใ‚’ๅธใ‚ใชใ„ใงใใ ใ•ใ„ใ€‚
– Kouen de wa haizara nashi de tabako wo suwanaide kudasai.
– Please do not smoke in the park without an ashtray.

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