Examples of what I'm asking-

'Teeth made of gold'

'Ball made of rubber'

'House made of wood'



Be careful of a couple of things, though. "Ball made of rubber" sounds unnaturally wordy in English, and similarly in Japanese you'd be more likely to say ゴムのボール. There's a word 木製(の) meaning "wooden." And when the materials used to make something are less obvious than a gold tooth, you're more likely to use から instead of で. For example: 糊{のり}は牛乳からできることもあります。

  • Yeah, the related link is more useful than my answer. – mamster Aug 21 '17 at 1:06

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