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We found 15 words, 1 kanji, and 9 examples matching '隻'
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1. counter for ships (large boats)
2. counter for half of a pair (e.g. half of a folding screen)
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1
noun
one arm; one hand
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noun
several boats
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0
noun
just a few words
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0
noun
eye (for pictures, etc.); one eye
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セキ    counter for ships; one of a pair   
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little bird
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また again   
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せき
ふね
どうじ
同時
しず
んだ

The two ships went down at once.
かれ
じょおう
女王
から
さん
せき
ふね
あた
えられた

He was given three ships by the queen.
さん
せき
ふね
じょおう
女王
から
かれ
あた
えられた

Three ships were given to him by the queen.
いっせき
一隻
ふね
ぜんぶ
全部
ぼうけん
冒険
する
Don't risk putting everything in one boat.
いっせき
一隻
ふね
うみ
はし
っていた

There was a ship sailing on the sea.
 
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