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We found 1 point of interest, 6 words, 1 name, 1 kanji, and 3 examples matching '峠'
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Word search: 6 matches
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noun, noun (suffix)
ridge; (mountain) pass; difficult part
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expression, noun
crossing a mountain pass
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noun
road over a mountain pass
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expression, ichidan verb
to cross a pass  (see also: 峠を越す)
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noun
Usui Pass
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とうげ   Touge   (place name, surname)  
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とうげ ridge, mountain pass   
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ジョウ   ショウ   うえ above   うわ- above   あげる to raise   あがる to rise   かみ first half, upper part   のぼ to climb   のぼせる to bring up, to raise   のぼ to bring up   
カ   ゲ   した below, under   しも bottom part   もと under (influence)   さげる to lower, to reduce   さがる to be lowered   くだ to descend   くだ to judge   くださる to give   おろす to drop off (passenger)   おりる to get off (train)   
サン   やま mountain   
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ブーム
とうげ
した

The boom has peaked out.
びょうにん
病人
もう
とうげ
した

The patient is now safe.
わたしたち
私達
とうげ
さしかかる
ころ
あめ
なった
It began to rain as we came near the pass.
 
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