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Wrap, pack in Japanese 🇯🇵

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

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Tips to Remember: One way to remember "つつむ" (tsutsumu) is to think of wrapping something twice (two-two) to pack it securely. Imagine saying "two-two-moo," like you’re wrapping something with care.

Romanized Characters: tsutsumu

Explanations: The verb "つつむ" (tsutsumu) means to "wrap" or "pack" something. It is commonly used when referring to wrapping gifts, packing items, or enclosing something within another thing.

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– 包む (つつむ, tsutsumu)
– 包装する (ほうそうする, housou suru) – to wrap, to package
– 巻く (まく, maku) – to roll, to wind (can be used in different contexts but sometimes means to wrap)

Present: 包む (つつむ, tsutsumu)
– 彼は贈り物をつつむ。 (かれは おくりものを つつむ, Kare wa okurimono o tsutsumu) – He wraps the gift.
Past: 包んだ (つつんだ, tsutsunda)
– 昨日、プレゼントをつつんだ。 (きのう、プレゼントを つつんだ, Kinou, purezento o tsutsunda) – Yesterday, I wrapped the present.
Negative: 包まない (つつまない, tsutsumanai)
– 包まないでテープでとめる。 (つつまないでテープで とめる, Tsutsumanai de teepu de tomeru) – Instead of wrapping, I’m fastening it with tape.
Negative Past: 包まなかった (つつまなかった, tsutsumanakatta)
– 彼はプレゼントを包まなかった。 (かれは プレゼントを つつまなかった, Kare wa purezento o tsutsumanakatta) – He didn’t wrap the present.
Polite Present: 包みます (つつみます, tsutsumimasu)
– 彼女は贈り物を包みます。 (かのじょは おくりものを つつみます, Kanojo wa okurimono o tsutsumimasu) – She wraps the gift.
Polite Past: 包みました (つつみました, tsutsumimaa)
– 先生は本を包みました。 (せんせいは ほんを つつみました, Sensei wa hon o tsutsumimaa) – The teacher wrapped the book.
Te-form: 包んで (つつんで, tsutsunde)
– この紙で包んでください。 (この かみで つつんで ください, Kono kami de tsutsunde kudasai) – Please wrap it with this paper.
Volitional: 包もう (つつもう, tsutsumou)
– 全部つつもう。 (ぜんぶ つつもう, Zenbu tsutsumou) – Let’s wrap everything.

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