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Necklace in Japanese 🇯🇵

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

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ネックレス info.

Romanized: nekkuresu

Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Notice the similarity to the English word "necklace." Pronunciations are almost identical.
– Break it down phonetically: "ne-kkure-su" where "nekkure" (necklace base) and "su" (a common ending sound in Japanese katakana words).

– ネックレス is written in katakana because it is a loanword from English.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 首飾り (くびかざり, kubikazari): This can be used in a more traditional or poetic sense but is less common.

Alternate meanings or slang:
– No significant slang variations. The term strictly refers to a necklace.

Examples of sentences using ネックレス:
1. 彼女は金のネックレスを身につけています。
Kanjo wa kin no nekkuresu o mi ni tsuketeimasu.
(She is wearing a gold necklace.)

2. これは母からもらったネックレスです。
Kore wa haha kara moratta nekkuresu desu.
(This is a necklace I received from my mother.)

3. その店で素敵なネックレスを見つけました。
Sono mise de suteki na nekkuresu o mitsukemaa.
(I found a lovely necklace at that shop.)

4. 誕生日にダイヤモンドのネックレスを贈りました。
Tanjoubi ni daiyamondo no nekkuresu o okurimaa.
(I gave a diamond necklace as a birthday gift.)

5. 彼は特別な日に妻にネックレスを買ってあげました。
Kare wa tokubetsu na hi ni tsuma ni nekkuresu o katte agemaa.
(He bought a necklace for his wife on a special day.)

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