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nashi

/ ˈnæʃɪ /

noun

  1. another name for Asian pear


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Word History and Origins

Origin of nashi1

Japanese: pear
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Example Sentences

Then in 2007 he had joined the pro-Kremlin, pro “Eurasian” youth group, Nashi, to hone his militancy.

Yet, bad as that was, nobody in the Kremlin dared to criticize the Nashi.

“A majority of Russian society is in favor of punishing all guilty members of the band,” Nashi leader Nikita Borovikov insisted.

To young and talented Russians seeking political changes in the country, the new campaign by Nashi is a bad sign.

The luckiest and most devoted of Nashi commissars have enjoyed the benefits of municipal and even national parliament seats.

Sanzugawa: Yama mo nakereba, hashi mo nashi; shinde no tabiji hana wa nao nashi.

My dolzhny zaruchit'sja dlja sebja vsemi orudijami, kotorymi nashi protivniki mogli by vospol'zovat'sja protiv nas.

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