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Learn JLPT N5 Vocabulary: 砂糖 (satou)

Learn JLPT N5 Vocabulary: 砂糖 (satou)

Kana: さとう
Kanji: 砂糖
Romaji: satou

Type: Noun
Meaning: sugar
JLPT level: N5

Example sentences:

砂糖の果物が溶かした砂糖で固めてあるのを見たら、どんなに冷静な人でも興奮してしまうくらいだった。
satou no kudamono ga tokashita satou de katamete aru no o mitara, donna ni reisei na hito demo koufun shite shimau kurai datta.
The candied fruits were so caked and spotted with molten sugar as to make the coldest lookers-on feel faint and subsequently bilious.

新年の抱負は幾つか立てたよ、そんなに守れてないけどね。そのうちの一つが、紅茶に入れる砂糖の量を減らす、ってこと。でも難しいんだ、だって砂糖を入れないと、あんまりおいしくないから。
shinnen no hōfu wa ikutsuka tateta yo, sonna ni mamoretenai kedo ne. dono uchi no hitotsu ga, koucha ni ireru satou no ryou o herasu, tte koto. demo muzukashiin da, datte satou o irenai to, anmari oishikunai kara.
I did make some New Year’s resolutions, but I haven’t followed through with them. One of them was to reduce the amount of sugar I have in my tea. But it’s difficult because tea doesn’t taste very nice without sugar.

砂糖 (satou)

ミルクと、おさじ一杯のお砂糖と、それから、おさじに二杯、ラム酒をお入れになるんですよ。
miruku to, osaji ippai no osatou to, sore kara, o saji ni nihai, ramu sake o oire ni narun desu yo.
It’s made with milk, with a teaspoonful of sugar, and two teaspoonfuls of rum in it.

砂糖なしで?戦時だから、おやめになったんですか?
satou nashi de. Senji dakara, oyame ni nattan desu ka.
No sugar? You abandon it in the war-time, eh?

Meaning in other languages:

Chinese: 砂糖 (shātáng)
Korean: 설탕 (seoltang)

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