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1654 examples found containing 'ニ'
わたし
1年中テニスします
I play tennis all the year around.
ジェーン
あに
テニスしているかもしれません
Jane may be playing tennis with my brother.
ジェーンテニスしませんでした
Jane didn't play tennis, did she?
このニュース
はつみみ
初耳
です
That's the first I've heard of this news.
このニュースまだ
おおやけ
してほしくない
I don't want this news to be made public yet.
とう
さん
わたし
ニムロッド・ニック
っている
こと
って
かんかん
おこ
った

When my dad found out that I've been going out with Nimrod Nick, he blew his top.
かれ
あした
明日
ピクニック
かない
でしょ
わたし
きません

He probably won't go on the picnic tomorrow. I won't either.
はいニュース
いて
とても
おどろ
きました

Yes. I was very surprised at the news.
ハーモニカ
とう
さん
からプレゼントです
Is the harmonica a present from his father?
さぎし
詐欺師
あら
ひと
だますまえ
めかく
目隠
すなわち
ひと
だますテクニック
みが

A confidence man polishes his "hood winking" or "eye-washing" techniques before bilking a new victim.
れんちゅう
連中
いつからテニスしているです
How long has the group been playing tennis?
かれ
その
かな
しい
ニュース
つよ
こころ
たれた

He was much affected by the sad news.
カリフォルニア
くだもの
果物
ゆうめい
有名
です
California is famous for its fruit.
かれ
バスケットボールよりむしろテニス
です
He likes tennis rather than basketball.
かれ
ニューヨーク
して
そこで
しごと
仕事
さが
した

He moved to New York, where he looked for a job.
かれ
ニューヨーク
みせ
っている

He has a business in New York.
かれ
ニューヨーク
ねん
んでいる
のでそこいいレストランたくさん
っている

Having been living in New York for three years, he knows many good restaurants there.
わたし
うれしくなかったほかあらゆるもの
おな
よう
トニー
かかく
価格
がる
むり
無理
ない
おも
どうい
同意
した

I wasn't happy, but it seemed reasonable that his prices should go up like everything else, so I agreed.
わたし
メアリーなくてトムそのニュース
はな
した

I told the news to Tom, not to Mary.
かれ
ニューヨーク
けいゆ
経由
して
パリ
んだ

They flew to Paris by way of New York.
それほどでもせいぜい
おお
きさ
くら
たりわい
だん
するくらいだし
おお
きさ
って
なに
ナニ
"No, not so much. At most comparing sizes, telling dirty stories." "Sizes of what?" "Of 'that'."
ウッドさんトニーにとってちょうど
ちちおや
父親
ようでした
Mr Wood was like a father to Tony.
フランク
びょうき
病気
だったはずない
いちにちちゅう
一日中
テニスしていたから
Frank can't have been ill. He was playing tennis all day.
その
じこ
事故
ニュースラジオただちに
ほうそう
放送
された

The news of the accident was sent out at once over the radio.
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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