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Learning Japanese for travel or study? Let’s try this term:
To say large in Japanese: Lāji (Ookii)
Say it out loud: “Laah Ji (Oh Oh Kee)“
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Some more helpful words in our Japanese Size/Amount category:
enough – Juubun (Jew Bunn)
extra large – Ekusutora Lāji (Eh Kuss Tra Laah Ji)
large – Lāji (Ookii) (Laah Ji (Oh Oh Kee))
less – Sukunaku (Soo Koo Nah Koo)
medium – Midiamu (Mee Dee Am)
more / plus – Motto / Sara Ni (Moh Ttoh / Sah Rah Nee)
small – Sumōru (Chiisai) (Soo Mall (Chee Sai))
And here’s how to say large in other languages!
Arabic–Kabeer (ka beer)
Croatian–velik (veh leek)
Czech–velký (vel kee)
Finnish–suuri / iso (soo ri / ih soh)
Italian–grande (grahn day)
Japanese–Lāji (Ookii) (Laah Ji (Oh Oh Kee))
Polish–duży (doo' zhyh)
Portuguese–Grande (grahn jee)
Russian–bol'shoy (bah l shoy)
Spanish–grande (grahn day)
Swahili–kubwa (koo bwa)
On that hot afternoon, your thirst knows no bounds. That is why you will need a "large" (Lāji (Ookii)) Coca Cola, or your favorite thirst quenching drink.
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