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45 examples found containing 'お祖母さん'
ばあ
祖母
さん
むかしばなし
昔話
みみ
にたこができる
ほど
かされた

I've heard my grandma's stories so often that I'm heartily sick of them.
かれ
ははおや
母親
かれ
ちい
さい
ときに
くなった
ので
ばあ
祖母
さん
かれ
そだ
てた

His mother died when he was young, and his grandmother brought him up.
ばあ
祖母
さん
ざぶとん
座布団
うえ
ちんまりすわっていました
The old woman was snugly sitting on a cushion.
その
あか
ちゃん
おばあさん
せわ
世話
してもらった
The baby was taken care of by its grandmother.
おばあさんバスから
りた

The old lady got down from the bus.
かれ
おばあさん
げんき
元気
そう
です
His grandmother looks healthy.
かのじょ
彼女
おばあさん
そだ
てられた

She was raised by her grandmother.
おばあさんはなちゃん
いました

The old lady spoke to Hana.
かのじょ
彼女
かのじょ
彼女
おばあさん
そだ
てられた

She was brought up by her grandmother.
ボブバスおばあさん
せき
ゆずった
Bob made room for an old woman on the bus.
かのじょ
彼女
いつもおばあさん
さんぽ
散歩
れていってあげます

She always takes her grandmother for a walk.
かのじょ
彼女
おばあさん
たいへん
大変
よく
ている

She strongly resembles her grandmother.
かのじょ
彼女
どようび
土曜日
おばあさん
たず
ねます

She is going to visit her grandmother on Saturday.
おばあさん
かれ
かねも
金持
しん
じている

The old lady believes him rich.
トムおばあさん
げんき
元気
そう
です
Tom's grandmother looks healthy.
わたし
ひとり
一人
おばあさん
った

I met an old woman.
その
どろぼう
泥棒
おばあさん
へんそう
変装
していた

The thief disguised himself as an old lady.
そのおばあさん
たす
けてくれる
ひと
だれ
いません
The old woman has no one to help her.
こかげ
木陰
おばあさんいる
える

I see an old woman under the tree.
おばあさんさむい
なか
とてもがんばっていました
The old lady worked very hard in the cold.
かれ
ばあ
さん
おそ
って
きん
うば
った

He robbed an old lady.
おばあさん
となり
してきた

An old lady moved to place next door.
そのおばあさん
かれ
かねも
金持
しん
じている

The old lady believes him rich.
かのじょ
彼女
おばあさん
って
きょうかい
教会
まで
れていきました

She led the old woman to the church by the hand.
おばあさんだますなんて
かれ
ひれつ
卑劣

It is mean of him to deceive an elderly lady.
あなた
こえ
わたし
くなった
おばあさんこと
おも

Your voice reminds me of my late grandmother.
わたし
そのおばあさん
どうろ
道路
おうだん
横断
する
みまも
見守
っていた

I watched the old woman cross the street.
あなたおばあさん
きしょう
気性
さっぱりしたいい
ほう
です
Your grandmother is a charming lady.
みなさんおそらく
かのじょ
彼女
びょうき
病気
おばあさん
みま
見舞
とちゅう
途中
った
おも
っている
だろう
You probably think she told me she was on her way to visit her sick grandmother.
おんな
おばあさん
って
エリザベス
なづ
名付
けられた

The girl was called Elizabeth after her grandmother.
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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