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75 examples found containing '児'

かれ
さい
さい
ちちおや
父親

He has two children, aged 4 and 1.
いくじ
育児
きゅうか
休暇
ろうじん
老人
かいご
介護
ため
やす
げんざい
現在
にほん
日本
きている
じんこう
人口
こうせい
構成
へんどう
変動
たいおう
対応
する
ために
ひつよう
必要
なっているある
Child-care leave and time off to care for the aged are needed in order to respond to demographic changes now taking place in Japan.
かれ
ようじ
幼児
しぼうりつ
死亡率
ひく
いがく
医学
しんぽ
進歩
ゆえ
かんが
えた

They attributed the low death rate of infants to the progress of medicine.
たくじしょ
託児所
トイレドア
まっていた

The nursery toilet door was shut.
その
ようじ
幼児
ほうしゃせん
放射線
さらされていた
The infant has been exposed to radioactive rays.
その
こじ
孤児
じぶん
自分
ふこう
不幸
かな
しみ
なみだ
なが
した

The orphan wept with grief over his misfortune.
じょせい
女性
しょくば
職場
ちいき
地域
しゃかい
社会
ますます
じゅうよう
重要
せきにん
責任
にな
ようなっているので
いくじ
育児
しごと
仕事
りょうほう
両方
からストレス
かん
じている
ひと
かず
えている
いわれている
Since women are taking on more responsibilities at work and in the community, it is said that the number of women with stress from both child-rearing and work is increasing.
じどう
児童
たち
もうすぐやって
えんそく
遠足
たの
しみ
している
The pupils are looking forward to the upcoming excursion.
にゅうようじ
乳幼児
かた
ため
ゆうせんせき
優先席
です
This is a priority seat for people with infants.
こども
子供
みじゅくじ
未熟児
でした
I had a premature baby.
かれ
せんさい
戦災
こじ
孤児
ひきとって
ようじょ
養女
として
そだ
てています

He adopted a war orphan and is bringing her up as a foster daughter.
りょうしん
両親
くなった
こども
子供
こじ
孤児
ばれる

A child whose parents are dead is called an orphan.
ようじ
幼児
ははおや
母親
そだ
ててくれる
こと
しん
じている

The infant has faith in his mother taking care of him.
ようじ
幼児
びょうき
病気
かかりやすい
Infants are subject to diseases.
むすめ
みじゅくじ
未熟児
でした
My daughter was premature.
かれ
その
こじ
孤児
ようし
養子
した
He adopted the orphan.
こじ
孤児
さい
とき
かれ
にん
あね
あった
The orphan met up with his two sisters when he was five years old.
きみ
もんだいじ
問題児
です
You are a troublemaker.
その
れっしゃ
列車
とうきょう
東京
かごしま
鹿児島
はし
っている

The train runs between Tokyo and Kagoshima.
その
くすり
ようじ
幼児
とど
かない
ところ
なさい
Put that medicine out of the baby's reach.
その
しゅっぱんしゃ
出版社
じどう
児童
ぶんがく
文学
せんもん
専門
している
That publisher specialises in children's books.
かのじょ
彼女
その
こじ
孤児
せわ
世話
したそうです
It is said that she looked after the orphan.
ようじ
幼児
こどもべや
子供部屋
めておく
ざんこく
残酷
おこな
ある
It is an act of cruelty to lock a small child in his room.
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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