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We found 227 words, 1 name, 1 kanji, and 402 examples matching '田'
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noun
rice field
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0
1. rural area; countryside; the sticks  (sensitive)
2. hometown
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noun
(water-filled) paddy field
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1. country; rural districts
2. cultivated land; fields
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noun
1. new rice field; newly developed rice field
2. wasteland or marshland newly reclaimed as a rice field (Edo period)
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た   Ta   (surname)  
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デン   た rice field   
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みず
かなければなりません

I need to irrigate the rice field.
もり
1945
ねん
すなわち
だい
にじ
二次
せかい
世界
たいせん
大戦
わった
とし
まれた

Tamori was born in 1945, that is, when World War II ended.
わたし
たち
おだわらじょう
小田原城

We go to Odawara castle.
えいご
英語
クラス
やまだ
山田
みぎ
ものいない
Yamada is second to none in English in his class.
なるほど
もちだ
持田
さいぜん
最善
くした
ちゅういりょく
注意力
りなかった

It is true that Mochida did his best, but he wasn't careful enough.
 
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