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How do you say “throw away” in Japanese?

投稿日:15/1/2022 更新日:

Hi, there!! I'm namihei from Japan.
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At this time, it's No.5 in the "How do you say this in Japanese?" series.
Today, I will share how to say "throw away" in Japanese.

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Throw away can be said to be "捨(す)てる" or "棒(ぼう)に振(ふ)る" in Japanese.


So, let's take a look at how to use it!

ねえ,たかし,ゴミを捨てといて。

Hey, Takashi, throw away the garbage.

いい機会を棒(ぼう)に振(ふ)った。

I threw away a good opportunity.

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I hope it helped you to learn Japanese.

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