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We found 177 words, 1 name, 1 kanji, and 247 examples matching '越'
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ichidan verb, transitive verb
1. to cross over; to cross; to pass through; to pass over (out of)  (esp. 越える)
2. to exceed  (esp. 超える)
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'su' godan verb, intransitive verb
to move (house); to change residence
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1. to cross over (e.g. mountain); to go across
2. to go over (e.g. with audience)
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moving (dwelling, office, etc.); changing residence
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noun
Echigo; old name for Niigata Prefecture
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こし   Koshi   (surname)
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エツ   こ    こえる to surpass   
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ソウ   はし run   
warrior   
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spear; javelin
hook
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ユダヤ
じん
えつ
まつ
ちか
づき
イエスエルサレム
がられた

When it was almost time for the Jewish Passover, Jesus went up to Jerusalem.
けいかい
警戒
する
した
ことない
You can't be too vigilant.
かれ
おも
いきって
おがわ
小川
える
ゆうき
勇気
あった
Did he dare to jump the brook?
かれ
じぶん
自分
ほん
わたし
みやげ
土産
して
おおさか
大阪
した

He left me with his favorite book and moved to Osaka.
かこ
過去
ねんかん
年間
CFIT
ついらく
墜落
じこ
事故
さんぶん
3分
いち
じゃっかん
若干
える
くらい
わりあい
割合
めている
しぼう
死亡
けんすう
件数
53%
げんいん
原因
なっている
Although CFIT accounted for just over a third of crashes in the past six years, it caused 53% of the deaths.
 
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