liquorice Kanzō


liquorice = Kanzō

Pronunciation =  liquorice

Pronunciation in Japanese = 甘草

liquorice in Japanese: Kanzō

Part of speechnoun 

Definition in English: deep-rooted coarse-textured plant native to the Mediterranean region having blue flowers and pinnately compound leaves; widely cultivated in Europe for its long thick sweet roots 

Definition in Japanese: 青い花と羽状の複葉を持つ地中海地方に自生する根深い粗いテクスチャの植物。長く太い甘い根のためにヨーロッパで広く栽培されています

Examples in English:

  • I don’t like liquorice

Examples in Japanese:

  • 私は甘草が好きではありません

Synonyms of liquorice

Synonyms in Japanese NA
Synonyms in English licorice,
glycyrrhiza glabra

Antonyms of liquorice

Antonyms in Japanese NA
Antonyms in English NA

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