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

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ガス info.

Tips to remember the Japanese word ガス (gas):
Think of "ガス" as a borrowed word from English. Since it’s written in katakana, you can easily associate it with the English "gas."

ガス (gasu) is used in Japanese to refer to gas, such as natural gas for heating, cooking, etc. It's used similarly to how it is in English.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 液化ガス (ekika gasu) – Liquefied gas
– 天然ガス (tennen gasu) – Natural gas

Alternate meanings/slang:
In slang, "ガス抜き" (gasu nuki) can mean venting or relieving stress, similar to “blowing off steam” in English.

Examples of sentences that use ガス:
1. 今日はガスが漏れているみたいですね。 (Kyou wa gasu ga morete iru mitai desu ne.)
– It seems like there’s a gas leak today.

2. ガスコンロを使って料理をします。 (Gasu konro wo ttte ryouri wo shimasu.)
– I cook using a gas stove.

3. 冬にはガスヒーターが欠かせません。 (Fuyu ni wa gasu hiitaa ga kakasemasen.)
– A gas heater is essential in winter.

4. ガス抜きをする必要があります。 (Gasu nuki wo suru hitsuyou ga arimasu.)
– It’s necessary to vent/relieve stress.

5. ガス料金がまた値上げされた。 (Gasu ryoukin ga mata neage sareta.)
– The gas bill has gone up again.

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かず info.

### Tips to Remember the Japanese Word
– Associate "かず" with counting or numbers to create a mental link.
– Visualize the character "数" which means "number" in kanji, though "かず" can be written in hiragana.
– Think of "かず" as the sound you hear when someone is counting in Japanese.

### Explanations
– "かず" (kazu) is a noun meaning "number" in Japanese.
– It refers to numerical values or quantities.

### Other Words That Mean the Same Thing
– 数字 (すうじ, suuji) – numeral, digit
– 番号 (ばんごう, bangou) – number, as in a series or list

### Alternate Meanings (Slang)
– In specific contexts, "かず" can be a part of names or nicknames but generally doesn’t have a widely recognized slang meaning.

### Examples of Sentences
1. かずを数えてください。
– Kazu o kazoete kudasai.
– Please count the numbers.

2. そのかずは正しいですか?
– Sono kazu wa tadashii desu ka?
– Is that number correct?

3. クラスのかずが増えました。
– Kurasu no kazu ga fuemaa.
– The number of classes has increased.

4. かずは数学の基本です。
– Kazu wa suugaku no kihon desu.
– Numbers are the basics of mathematics.

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