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Meaning of 米

rice, USA, meter


ベイ、 マイ、 メエトル
bei, mai, meetoru



Learn Japanese kanji: 【 ベイ、 マイ、 メエトル / こめ 】.

Meaning: rice, USA, meter.

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Example #1

sake wa kome kara tsukuraremasu.
Sake is made from rice.
Example #2

watashi mo okome yori pan ga suki desu.
I also like bread more than rice.
Example #3

kimi wa beikoku e itta koto ga aru ka?
Have you ever been to the United States?
Example #4

nihon no beika wa 7,000 en ni agatta.
The price of rice in Japan has risen to 7,000 yen.
Example #5

genmai wa karada ni ii kara yoku tabemasu.
I often eat brown rice because it is good for my health.

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