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

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うまい info.

うまい (umai)

Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Think of "umai" as "You might" (as in, "You might like it because it's delicious").
– Picture saying "mmm, my" to a delicious dish.

– "うまい" is an adjective in Japanese that means "sweet," "delicious," or "tasty."
– It's commonly used in casual speech and can describe food or drinks that taste good.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 美味しい (おいしい, oishii) – This is a more commonly known term for delicious.
– 旨い (うまい, umai) – This uses a different kanji but has the same pronunciation and meaning.
– 絶品 (ぜっぴん, zeppin) – This means "exquisite" or "superb" when describing food.

Alternate meanings (slang):
Skilled or Clever: "うまい" can also mean skillful or clever. For example, if someone is good at playing a game or sport, you could say they are "うまい."

Examples of sentences that use it:

1. 料理がうまいね。
Romanized: Ryouri ga umai ne.
English: The food is delicious, isn’t it?

2. このケーキは本当にうまい。
Romanized: Kono keeki wa hontouni umai.
English: This cake is really delicious.

3. 彼はサッカーがうまい。
Romanized: Kare wa sakkaa ga umai.
English: He is good at soccer.

4. 彼のジョークはうまいね。
Romanized: Kare no jooku wa umai ne.
English: His joke is clever, isn’t it?

Use "うまい" to add a casual, expressive touch when describing something as tasty or someone as skilled!

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うまい info.

Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Imagine someone saying "Ooh, my!" when they taste something delicious or observe an impressive skill. The sound can help you recall "うまい" (umai).

– "うまい" (umai) is often used to describe something that is delicious or someone who is skillful at something. It's an informal expression and somewhat casual.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 美味しい (おいしい, oishii) – typically used to describe delicious food formally.
– 上手 (じょうず, jōzu) – used to describe someone who is skillful or good at something.

Alternate meanings like slang:
– In slang, "うまい" can simply mean something is great, cool, or excellent, not just limited to taste or skill.

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. この寿司は本当にうまい! (この すし は ほんとうに うまい!)
Kono sushi wa hontō ni umai!
This sushi is really delicious!

2. 彼はギターがうまいね。 (かれ は ギター が うまい ね。)
Kare wa gitā ga umai ne.
He is good at playing the guitar, isn't he?

3. 昨日の試合はうまくいった。 (きのう の しあい は うまく いった。)
Kinō no shiai wa umaku itta.
Yesterday's match went well.

4. このレストランのラーメンはうますぎる! (この レストラン の ラーメン は うますぎる!)
Kono resutoran no rāmen wa umasugiru!
The ramen at this restaurant is too delicious!

5. 彼のトリックはいつもうますぎる!(かれ の トリック は いつも うますぎる!)
Kare no torikku wa itsumo umasugiru!
His tricks are always amazing!

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