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633 examples found containing 'ホ'
カラオケゲームビデオ
れいぞうこ
冷蔵庫
いま
ラブってなあるねー
Karaoke, TV games, videos and a fridge ... love hotels nowadays really have everything.
わたし
かげつ
ヶ月
はや
ホテル
よやく
予約
った

I made hotel reservations one month in advance.
スコット
くん
ひる
ホットドッグして
Scott! Please make hotdogs for lunch.
ダウンタウンたくさんホテルあります
There are many hotels downtown.
わたし
ホテルいましたほか
ひと
たち
もの
かけました

I stayed at the hotel, but the others went shopping.
わたしシェラトンホテル
まっています

I'm staying at the Sheraton Hotel.
かれ
わたし
ホテル
たいざい
滞在
した

He and I stayed at the hotel.
いっぱんじん
一般人
ける
ためその
えいが
映画
スター
ぎめい
偽名
ホテルチェックインした
In order to elude her eager public, the movie star checked into the hotel under a false name.
ある
もの
ホテル
きんこ
金庫
あづ
けたい
です
I'd like to put some things in the hotel safe.
かれ
いっかげつ
1ヶ月
あいだ
そのホテル
たいざい
滞在
した

He stayed at the hotel for as long as a month.
そのホラー
えいが
映画
にど
二度
ならなかった
I couldn't bring myself to see the horror movie again.
そのホテル
っています

Do you know that hotel?
そのホテルあなた
きたいどお
期待通
でした
Did that hotel meet your expectations?
わたし
ホットコーヒー
こおり
れる
です
たいてい
大抵
あつ
すぎる
ので
I like to put an ice cube into my coffee, because it's usually too hot.
きんねん
近年
にんげん
人間
しんり
心理
なぞ
あつか
サイコホラー
にんき
人気
ある
Psycho-horror films dealing with the mysteries of human psychology are popular these days.
なぜ
かいしゃ
会社
によってブルーカラー
ひと
ほうホワイトカラー
ひと
より
きゅうりょう
給料
いいです
Why are, depending on the company, blue-collar workers better paid than white-collar ones?
ホール
さむ
かった
という
てん
のぞ
けば
そのコンサート
たの
しかった

I enjoyed the concert except that the hall was cold.
ホームレスあの
ひと
たち
その
らし
です
Those homeless people are living hand-to-mouth.
ホームステイするスポンサー
めんせつ
面接
けなくて
はならない
In order to qualify for the homestay you must have an interview with the sponsors.
ホームシック
じぶん
自分
しゅっしんち
出身地
もど
りたい
おも
ねが
ことある
Homesickness is a longing to go back to where you are from.
ぼく
ホッした
I felt much more relaxed.
このプッシュホンそれなり
やく
かった

This push-button phone turned out to be useful in its way.
かのじょ
彼女
ホラー
えいが
映画
たの
しみ
している
She takes pleasure in seeing horror films.
かのじょ
彼女
ホテル
まった

She stayed at a hotel.
ホテル
つづ
みち
せま

The road which leads to the hotel is narrow.
ホテル
いしゃ
医者
かんごふ
看護婦
います
Do you have a doctor or nurse in this hotel?
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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