【Difference】between 買い物 (kaimono) and 買い出し (kaidashi)

Vocabulary
Vocabulary
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買い物 (ka i mo no)

Meaning: shopping
  • 買い物 is a common word for ‘shopping’.
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買い出し (ka i da shi)

Meaning: shopping
  • 買い出し is to go to shops which are quite away from you in order to buy lots of food at once.
  • 買い出し is needed when you don’t have shops around you.
  • What to buy should be food and drink.
Example
  • 私は三か月に一回東京に買い出しに行きます。(I go to Tokyo to buy food every three months.)
  • 家族みんなで買い出しをした。(All of us in my family went shopping.)

買い出しと戦争(せんそう)

  • Many people in Japan did 買い出し during the Second World War.
  • In this case, people who lived in city areas where food supply nearly stopped had to go to rural areas where they could find rice and vegetables.

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Related words

関連用語(かんれんようご)Related words

shopping (noun)

  • 買い物
  • ショッピング
  • 買い出し

to shop (verb)

  • 買い物をする

to buy (verb)

  • 買う

to purchase (verb)

  • 購入する(こう・にゅう・する)
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