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2113 examples found containing '立'
かれ
わたし
はら
てている

He is angry with me.
かれ
ドア
わく
した
った

He stood under the door frame.
たか
おとこ
そこから
あしばや
足早
った

A tall man went off from there in a hurry.
だんがい
断崖
てっぺん
ふる
しろ
っている

An old castle stands on top of the cliff.
おおみず
大水
ため
ひとびと
人々
退
いた

The people were evacuated because of the flood.
ぜん
せんしゅ
選手
うで
んで
そこ
っていた

All the players stood there with their arms folded.
わたし
たち
がっこう
学校
そうりつ
創立
80
しゅうねん
周年
です
Our school is 80 years old.
げつよう
月曜
ごと

The market is held every Monday.
かい
って
って
くだ
さい

Please stand face to face.
われわれ
我々
かい
って
っていた

We stood face to face.
ケイトつま
さきだ
先立
ある
する
Kate tries to walk on tiptoe.
じょげん
助言
なんかたいして
わたし
やく
たない
わたし
かね
ひつよう
必要

Advice isn't much good to me. I need money.
うま
というものひじょうに
やく

Horses are useful animals.
しりつ
私立
がっこう
学校
どういう
かん
です
How is it in a private school?
きみ
じぶん
自分
もう
てている
こと
じしん
自信
あります
Are you sure of your facts?
きんし
禁止

Keep out!
おやおや
しょくじ
食事
とちゅう
途中
せき
マナー
はん
します

Oh my, leaving the table in the middle of meal is bad manners, you know.
ごめん
いま
っている
からやめよ
Sorry, he's over excited now, so let's leave it.
わたし
かな
しい
いうより
はら
った

I was more angry than sad.
まちちゅう
街中
イチャイチャするカップル
たら
はらだ
腹立
ちません

Doesn't it irritate you to see couples making out around town?
かなら
よわび
弱火
にた
煮立
たない
ように
こと
Be sure to simmer on a low heat so it doesn't boil.
つゆじ
梅雨時
あめふ
雨降
おお
くて
がいしゅつ
外出
けいかく
計画
にくい
It rains so often in the wet season that it's hard to plan outings.
このドライバー
ちい
さすぎて
やく
たない

This screwdriver is too small to be any use.
ゆうぐれ
夕暮
わたし
この
おか
うえ
った
ことある
There was a time, one evening, when I stood on top of that hill.
もの
さい
ぜひ
是非
ください
Please, by all means, drop in when you go shopping.
きゅうか
休暇
あらかじ
けいかく
計画
てている

We are making advance plans for our holidays.
いったい
一体
なに
かれ
そのような
こうどう
行動
てた

What on earth spurred them to such an action?
ぱたぱたと
あしあと
足跡
てて
エントランス
けてゆく

With a pitter-patter of footsteps she runs off to the entrance.
がって
はいけません
Don't stand up.
また
せいだい
盛大
すっ
ころ
んだ
おい
だいじょうぶ
大丈夫
ソフィ
てる

That was another impressive fall-flat-on-your-face ... Hey, you alright, Sophie? Can you stand?
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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