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We found 143 words, 1 kanji, and 20 examples matching '泥'
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2
1. mud; slush; (wet) dirt; mire
noun
2. thief  (see also: 泥棒; abbreviation)
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0
thief; burglar; robber; theft
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0
noun
1. bog; marsh; swamp; quagmire; morass
2. quandary; dire situation from which one cannot extricate oneself; imbroglio
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1
noun
mud
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0
adherence to; being a stickler; being particular about
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デイ   どろ mud   
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ニ   あま nun   
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corpse
さじ spoon   
スイ   みず water   
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せっ
けん
どろ
とす
やくだ
役立

Soap helps remove the dirt.
かれ
くつ
どろ
ぴったりくっついていた
The mud clung to his shoes.
かあ
さん
かれ
くつ
から
どろ
とした

Mother removed mud from his shoes.
かれ
ドア
どろ
こすり
とした

He scraped mud from the door.
かわ
どろ
にご
っていた

The river was cloudy with silt.
 
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