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Bag, sack in Japanese 🇯🇵

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bag, sack ふくろ
How to say “bag, sack” in Japanese? “ふくろ”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “ふくろ” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on bag, sack in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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ふくろ info.

Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Think of "FukuRo" as "Fuku" (clothes) and "Ro" (room), imagining that you put clothes in a room or a bag.
– Picture a bag with the label "F&R Co.," symbolizing "FuKurO."

– The word "ふくろ" (fukuro) can be used to describe any kind of bag, sack, or pouch. It is a general term not limited to any specific type of bag.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– ばっぐ (baggu): This is a direct katakana transcription of the English word "bag."
– 袋物 (ふくろもの, fukuromono): This refers to various kinds of bags and pouches.

Alternate meanings like slang:
– In some contexts, "ふくろ" can also colloquially imply "inside information" or "hidden part," though this usage is less common.

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. レストランから持ち帰り袋をもらいました。
(Resutoran kara mochikaeri fukuro o moraimaa.)
— I got a takeout bag from the restaurant.

2. この袋には何が入っていますか?
(Kono fukuro ni wa nani ga haitteimasu ka?)
— What’s inside this bag?

3. スーパーマーケットでエコ袋を使っています。
(Sūpāmāketto de eko fukuro o ttteimasu.)
— I use an eco-bag at the supermarket.

4. その大きな袋にたくさんのものが入ります。
(Sono ōkina fukuro ni takusan no mono ga hairimasu.)
— That large bag holds a lot of stuff.

Romanized Characters:
1. Resutoran kara mochikaeri fukuro o moraimaa.
2. Kono fukuro ni wa nani ga haitteimasu ka?
3. Sūpāmāketto de eko fukuro o ttteimasu.
4. Sono ōkina fukuro ni takusan no mono ga hairimasu.

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