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

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– The word ăƒăƒŒă‚ș (chiizu) in Japanese sounds very similar to the English word "cheese." You can remember it by thinking of the phonetic similarity.
– Imagine someone smiling and saying "cheese" for a photo, which can help link the sound to the Japanese word.

– ăƒăƒŒă‚ș (chiizu) is a loanword from the English word "cheese" and is used in the same context in Japanese.
– It is written in Katakana, which is typically used for foreign words and loanwords.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– There are no direct synonyms for ăƒăƒŒă‚ș (chiizu) as it's a specific item (cheese). However, you might encounter different types of cheese, like:
– ăšă‚ă‘ă‚‹ăƒăƒŒă‚ș (torokeru chiizu) – Melting cheese
– ă‚čăƒ©ă‚€ă‚čăƒăƒŒă‚ș (suraisu chiizu) – Sliced cheese
– クăƒȘăƒŒăƒ ăƒăƒŒă‚ș (kuriimu chiizu) – Cream cheese

Alternate meanings like slang:
– ăƒăƒŒă‚ș (chiizu) does not have any slang meanings in Japanese. It strictly refers to cheese.

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. ă‚”ăƒłăƒ‰ă‚€ăƒƒăƒă«ăƒăƒŒă‚șă‚’ć…„ă‚ŒăŠăă ă•ă„ă€‚
– (Sandoicchi ni chiizu o irete kudasai.)
– Please put cheese in the sandwich.

2. ăƒ”ă‚¶ă«ăŻăƒăƒŒă‚șăŒæŹ ă‹ă›ăȘい。
– (Piza ni wa chiizu ga kakasenai.)
– Pizza cannot be without cheese.

3. ăƒăƒŒă‚șă‚±ăƒŒă‚­ăŒć€§ć„œăă§ă™ă€‚
– (Chiizukeeki ga daisuki desu.)
– I love cheesecake.

4. ă“ăźăƒăƒŒă‚șはべどもおいしいです。
– (Kono chiizu wa totemo oishii desu.)
– This cheese is very delicious.

5. ç™œăƒŻă‚€ăƒłă«ćˆă†ăƒăƒŒă‚șă‚’ăŠă™ă™ă‚ă—ăŸă™ă€‚
– (Shiro wain ni au chiizu o osusumeshimasu.)
– I recommend cheese that goes well with white wine.

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