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

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Tips to Remember とち:
To remember "とち" (tochi), you can think of the first syllable "と" as "to" in "topsoil" and the second syllable "ち" as "chi" in "rich," evoking an image of rich, fertile land.

– "とち" (tochi) is a noun that primarily means "land" or "plot of ground" in Japanese. It is used to refer to pieces of land, territories, or tracts.
– It can be used in various contexts relating to property, real estate, and geographical areas.

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– 土地 (とち, tochi): another kanji representation meaning "land" or "ground."
– 地面 (じめん, jimen): meaning "ground" or "surface."
– 区域 (くいき, kuiki): meaning "area" or "zone."
– テリトリー (teritorÄ«): borrowed from the English "territory."

Alternate Meanings and Slang:
– "とち" (tochi) colloquially can refer to the space or area someone controls or is responsible for, somewhat similar to "turf" in English slang.
– In a figurative sense, it can also refer to domain or field of expertise.

Example Sentences:
1. この土地は高い値段で売られた。(この とち は たかい ねだん で うられた。)
Kono tochi wa takai nedan de urareta.
This land was sold for a high price.

2. 父は新しい土地を買いました。(ちち は あたらしい とち を かいました。)
Chichi wa atarashii tochi o kaimaa.
My father bought a new plot of land.

3. ここは私たちの土地だ。(ここ は わたしたち の とち だ。)
Koko wa wataachi no tochi da.
This is our land.

4. 日本の土地は高価です。(にほん の とち は こうか です。)
Nihon no tochi wa kouka desu.
Land in Japan is expensive.

5. 彼は自分の土地を開発しています。(かれ は じぶん の とち を かいはつ しています。)
Kare wa jibun no tochi o kaihatsu eimasu.
He is developing his own land.

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