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We found 2 grammar points, 110 words, 1 kanji, and 36 examples matching '脚'
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Most common form:
noun
1. foot  (esp. 足)
2. leg  (esp. 脚,肢)
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1
counter for chairs or seats
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0
noun
script; screenplay; scenario
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0
dramatization (e.g. film); dramatisation
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0
losing one's standing; being overthrown; falling
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キャク   キャ   あし leg   
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ニク body part   
キャク    withdraw, pull back   
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キョ   コ   さ leave   
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ム   private
ド   ト   ground; earth   つち ground, earth, soil   
seal
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テーブルそば
いす
椅子
きゃく
あった
There were four chairs by the table.
その
ろうじん
老人
あし
んで
そこ
すわ
っていた

The old man was sitting there, with crossed legs.
かれ
ふしょう
負傷
した
あし
また
しゅっけつ
出血
はじ
めた

His wounded leg began to bleed again.
あし
まだ
いた

My legs still hurt.
わたし
へび
あし
かまれた
The snake bit me in the leg.
 
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