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21 examples found containing 'ほ'

まえ
なさい
Advance two steps.
かれ
くに
まれ
He is an honor to our country.
あなた
わたし
おも
ってます

Do you take me for a fool?
かぜ
かって

The wind blows against the sails.
かぜ
とき
げよ

Hoist your sail when the wind is fair.
ぜんぶ
全部
ろされた

All the sails were taken down.
すいへいせん
水平線
ふね
えます

Can you see a sail on the horizon?
かのじょ
彼女
ゆうかん
勇敢
がらいつも
じぶん
自分
くなん
苦難
など
もんだい
問題
しなかった
She was brave and cheerful, and always made little of her troubles.
すいへいせん
水平線
ところに
ふね
えます

Can you see a sail on the horizon?
じゅんぷう
順風
とき
げよ

Hoist your sail when the wind is fair.
はは
のんきがら
ひとよ
人好
です
My mother is carefree, cheerful and good-natured.
いっぱい
かぜ
はらんだ
The wind filled the sails.
かぜ
はためいた
The sails fluttered in the wind.
いちじん
一陣
かぜ
うけて
ふくらんだ
A blast of wind swelled the sails.
だいぎ
台木
さい
けいせいそう
形成層
かさ
わせる
ようします
When inserting the budwood into the root stock make the cambium layer overlap.
はなし
なくて
こま
った

He found it very hard to keep the conversation going.
つよ
かぜ
けて
ぴんと
った

The sail tightened in the strong wind.
えて
得手
げる

Hoist your sail when the wind is fair.
かい
かぜ
きつけた

The headwind blew against the sail.
ジブ
うら
ラダー
つか
使
って
バックしながら
せんしゅ
船首
すす
みたい
ほうこう
方向
けました

Using the rudder and the jib with the wind behind it we backed up, turning the bow to the direction we wanted to go.
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