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160 examples found containing '壁'
わたし
かのじょ
彼女
かべ
かける
てつだ
手伝
った

I helped her hang the picture on the wall.
かべ
うつ
った
かれ
かげ
かな
しそう
だった
His shadow on the wall looked sad.
かれ
いもうと
へや
部屋
かべ
てつだ
手伝
ってもらった

He had his sister help him paint the wall of his room.
かれ
てんき
天気
よい
りよう
利用
して
かべ
った

He took advantage of the fine weather to paint the wall.
ことば
言葉
かべ
かかわらず
わたし
たち
すぐ
ともだち
友達
なった
In spite of the language difficulty, we soon become friends.
ゆうがた
夕方
までその
かげ
かべ
とど
いた

By evening the shadow of the tree reached the wall.
その
かべ
あした
明日
トムペンキ
ってくれます

Tom will paint the fence tomorrow.
かれ
かべ
あな
ふさいだ
He filled up the hole in the wall.
ふくすう
複数
アリ
かべ
っていた

Several ants were crawling on the wall.
じゅうたん
いろ
かべ
ちょうわ
調和
している

The color of the carpet is in harmony with the wall.
ほん
むす
として
ぶんか
文化
かべ
える
かのうせい
可能性
たし
ある
The conclusion of the book was that it is certainly possibly to transcend the boundaries of one's culture.
しろ
カーテン
くろ
かべ
ちょうわ
調和
しない

The white drapery does not blend with the black wall.
かべ
ツタ
おお
われている

The walls are hidden by ivy.
かべ
ちず
地図
ちゅうい
注意
して
なさい
Look at the map on the wall carefully.
かべ
ペンキ
られた

The wall was coated with paint.
かのじょ
彼女
てんき
天気
よい
りよう
利用
して
かべ
った

She took advantage of the fine weather to paint the wall.
かれ
あね
かれ
へや
部屋
かべ
てつだ
手伝
ってもらった

He had his sister help him paint the wall of his room.
かれ
ボール
かべ
げつけた

He threw the ball against the wall.
ハエ
かべ
まっている

There are some flies on the wall.
あなた
なんじ
何時
かべ
ってもらった
です
When did you have your wall painted?
あの
かべ
なさい
Hang that picture on the wall.
かれ
かべ
たれた
He leaned against the wall.
おとこ
かべ
すきま
隙間
からのぞいた
The man peeped through a hole in the wall.
かべ
うちがわ
内側
しろ
くて
そとがわ
外側
みどり
である
The wall is white within and green without.
かべ
らくが
落書
きだらけ

The wall was covered with graffiti.
あつ
かべ
そと
そうおん
騒音
さえぎっている
The thick walls baffle outside noises.
しょだな
書棚
かべ
こてい
固定
した
ほういい
You had better fix the bookcase to the wall.
かべ
ざらざらした
いし
でき
出来
ていた

The wall was made of rough stones.
かべ
つけ
Up against the wall!
ナンシー
へや
部屋
かべ
グリーン
かみ
はった
Nancy papered her room green.
Search results include information from a variety of sources, including Kanshudo (kanji mnemonics, kanji readings, kanji components, vocab and name frequency data, grammar points), JMdict (vocabulary), Tatoeba (examples), Enamdict (names), KanjiVG (kanji animations and stroke order), and Joy o' Kanji (kanji and radical synopses). Translations provided by Google's Neural Machine Translation engine. For more information see credits.
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