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I don't know if I understand "radio voice" correctly but it might be... 「[声優]{せいゆう}みたいな[声]{こえ}」 声優 means voice actor or actress. If you want to praise his/her voice, than I prefer you to tell so. It's hard to imply why you say that. I like your voice / [君]{きみ}の声が[好]{す}きだ You're voice is cute / [可]{か}[愛]{わい}い声だね


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If you want a noun phrase, you could use: 「ラジオ[向]{む}きの[声]{こえ}」 「ラジオに向いている声」 「ラジオに向いてる声」 All are natural-sounding, stress-free phrases. If you want to form a sentence like "You have a ~~~ voice.", here is the perfect expression: Use of する to describe one's colour


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In general, answer is no. Ordinary Japanese who never lived in Australia or NZ, don't understand the word. In Japan,most familiar word is オージー・ビーフ. Many understand origin of the beef is Australia. In other means. OG. Office Girl. But it is not used so many today. OG Sohken. Osaka Gas company's IT and think tank subsidiary. Abbreviation of Osaka Gas Sohgo ...



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