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We found 2 grammar points, 336 words, 1 kanji, and 10 examples matching '四'
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3
numeric
four
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1
numeric
four  (肆 is used in legal documents)
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0
noun
1. fourth day of the month
2. four days
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2 1
noun
four seasons
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3 0
adverbial noun (fukushitekimeishi)
April
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シ   four   よ    よ    よっ    よん    
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legs
box, enclosure   
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よん
かい
いて
ください
Write it four times.
じゅう
から
よん
けば
ろく
のこ

If you take four from ten, you have six.
よんじゅう
四十
じゅう
よん
ばい

Forty is four times ten.
かれ
さいさん
再三
さい
よん
それやってみた
He tried it over and over again.
そういう
よん
もじ
文字
ことば
言葉
つか
使
わない
ほういい
You had better not use those four-letter words.
 
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