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We found 64 words, 1 kanji, and 70 examples matching '幼'
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1
noun
1. young child (esp. a young girl)  (often written with kana only; archaic)
prefix
2. young
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1
noun
1. infant; baby; child
2. child over 1 but not yet of school age  (law, etc. term)
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3
1. very young
2. childish; immature
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3
noun
kindergarten
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0
infancy; childish; infantile
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ヨウ   おさな very young; childish, immature, infantile   
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short, tiny   
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シ   いと thread   
リョク   リキ   ちから effort; power   
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かれ
ようじ
幼児
しぼうりつ
死亡率
ひく
いがく
医学
しんぽ
進歩
ゆえ
かんが
えた

They attributed the low death rate of infants to the progress of medicine.
その
ようじ
幼児
ほうしゃせん
放射線
さらされていた
The infant has been exposed to radioactive rays.
わたし
たち
その
ふじゆう
不自由
ひと
ため
しせつ
施設
かない
うちに
わたし
おさな
くて
えない
こども
子供
たち
ともだち
友達
なり
はじ
めていた

We had scarcely arrived at the Institution for the Blind when I began to make friends with the little blind children.
えいよう
栄養
きちんと
こと
ようじ
幼児
はついく
発育
きわ
めて
じゅうよう
重要
ことです
Good nutrition is vital for an infant's growth.
それにしても
ようちえん
幼稚園
というところ
きせつ
季節
ぎょうじ
行事
とても
びんかん
敏感
です
Even so, kindergartens are sensitive to seasonal events.
 
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