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1637 examples found containing 'ニ'

ぼくもう
なんねん
何年
テニスやっていない
I haven't touched a tennis racket in years.
トニー
くん
しょくぎょう
職業
なんです
What does Tony do?
Sジョブズディズニー
かがや
もど
せる

Can S. Jobs bring back the magic to Disney?
かのじょ
彼女
ピアニストです
She is a pianist.
とうきょう
東京
たいき
大気
おせん
汚染
ニューヨークものよりさらにひどい
Tokyo's air pollution problem is even worse than that of New York.
ピクニック
かけよ

Let's go to the picnic.
そのニュースラジオ
いた

I heard the news on the radio.
あたた
かくて
れた
ピクニック
りそうてき
理想的

A warm, sunny day is ideal for a picnic.
わたし
ほうかご
放課後
テニスした
I played tennis after school.
かのじょ
彼女
テニスしますはいします
"Does she play tennis?" "Yes, she does."
あした
明日
ピクニック
つもり
I'm going to go on a picnic tomorrow.
かれ
けさ
今朝
からずっとテニスしている
He has been playing tennis since this morning.
チームメンバー
どうぐ
道具
ユニフォーム
ていきょう
提供
されます

Team members are provided with equipment and uniforms.
はるき
春機
はつどう
発動
して
ソレナニしたい
りかい
理解
する
けど・・・まあそこ
すわ
なさい
I know you're at an age where sexual desire flourishes and you want to do 'you-know-what' with 'that' but... well, sit down there.
しょう
エネ
ためにコンビニ24
じかん
時間
えいぎょう
営業
はいし
廃止
しろ

Save energy by abolishing the convenience stores' 24-hour-a-day trading!
まばた
うちにテニスボール
だい
だんご
団子
った

In the blink of an eye, the tennis-ball-sized dumpling had disappeared.
テニスウェアってなんでミニスカートかしら
I wonder why tennis is played in mini-skirts.
なにかユニフォームあたしフィールドホッケーやってるから
"Is that some sort of uniform?" "Oh right, it's because I play field hockey."
かいしゅう
回収
たいしょう
対象
ソニー
せい
じゅうでんち
充電池
るいけい
累計
765
まん
9000
なった
The amount of Sony rechargeable batteries supposed to be collected totalled 7,659,000 units.
ニューヨークただ
きぼ
規模
てん
なが
こと
ここう
孤高
たも
ってきた

New York City has long been unusual because of its sheer size.
ニューススタンド
いて
くだ
さい

You'll have to ask at the newsstand.
たと
えば
ジェニファー
ごらん
Take Jennifer for example.
らいしゅう
来週
ニューヨーク
つもりです
I will go to New York next week.
ゆうしょくご
夕食後
テレビニュース

I watched the news on TV after supper.
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