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

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Tips to remember the Japanese word (こい぀み – kodzutsumi):
– Break it down: "ko" (small) + "dzutsumi" (bundle) could be remembered as a "small bundle."
– Visualization: Picture a small parcel, and think of it as a "compact bundle."
– Mnemonic: Imagine a small package wrapped tightly — a "kool (ko) determined (dzutsumi) bundle."

– こい぀み (kodzutsumi) specifically refers to a parcel or package, generally used for physical objects that are wrapped or boxed for delivery or transport.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 挅み (぀぀み – tsutsumi): General term for a bundle or a package. Often refers to anything wrapped, not just parcels.
– 荷物 (にも぀ – nimotsu): Refers more broadly to luggage or baggage, but can also mean packages or parcels.

Alternate meanings/slang:
– There are no notable slang meanings for こい぀み, as it is quite straightforward and typically only refers to a parcel or package.

Examples of sentences that use it:
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– Kono kodzutsumi wo yuubinkyoku ni motte itte kudasai.
– Please take this parcel to the post office.

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– Kanojo wa kodzutsumi wo uketotta.
– She received the package.

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– Kodzutsumi ga todoku made ni wa suujitsu kakarimasu.
– It will take a few days for the parcel to arrive.

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– Kodzutsumi no naka ni nani ga haitte iru no?
– What's inside the package?

5. ć­äŸ›ăŻă‚ŻăƒȘă‚čマă‚čă«ă“ă„ă€ăżă‚’ăŸăă•ă‚“ă‚‚ă‚‰ă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚
– Kodomo wa kurisumasu ni kodzutsumi wo takusan moraimaa.
– The child received many parcels for Christmas.

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