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206 examples found containing '共'
あの
ふうふ
夫婦
とも
かせぎしているだが
ていしゅ
亭主
きゅうりょう
給料
ほう
にょうぼう
女房
きゅうりょう
給料
より
ひく
ていしゅ
亭主
にょうぼう
女房
しり
しかれる
とうぜん
当然

He and his wife both work and his salary is lower than hers, so no wonder he is a hen-pecked husband.
そのアパートみんな
だいどころ
台所
きょうゆう
共有
している

Everyone in the apartment house shares the kitchen.
かれ
しそう
思想
きょうつうせい
共通性
ある
There is a community of thought between them.
でもわたしたち
ぜんぜん
全然
きょうつうてん
共通点
ないですもの
But we don't have anything in common at all.
マリナ・ジャイルズまさしくこうした
おも
おっと
とも
イギリス
はな
れた

Marina Giles left England with her husband in just this frame of mind.
ここ
こうきょう
公共
もの
ふべん
不便

This place isn't convenient to public transportation.
かれ
ふたご
双子
きょうつう
共通
きょうみ
興味
ほとんどない
Although they are twins, they have few interests in common.
りょこう
旅行
たの
しむ
ほとんどすべて
ひとたち
人達
きょうつう
共通
している

The enjoyment of traveling is common to almost all people.
かれ
なぜそんなに
なか
ぼく
からない
かれ
きょうつうてん
共通点
ほとんど
から
I cannot understand why they are such good friends: they have little in common.
きみ
しんしつ
寝室
きょうよう
共用
していた
おんな
どうなっただろう
What happened to the girl you were sharing the bedroom with?
きょうつう
共通
りがい
利害
もった
りょう
とうじしゃ
当事者
けんか
ごし
いたとき
かれ
はい
って
いさかいけりつけた
Two different parties with common interests were on the warpath when he cut in to settle the dispute.
わたし
とも
てくれません

Would you mind coming with me?
かれ
なんねんかん
何年間
へや
部屋
ふろ
風呂
だいどころ
台所
たにん
他人
きょうゆう
共有
して
らせる
ところ
らしてきた

They had been living where they could, sharing flats and baths, and kitchens, for some years.
わたし
アルジェリアから
だいひょう
代表
へや
部屋
とも
した
I roomed with a delegate from Algeria.
しかし
きょう
今日
こうきょう
公共
きつえん
喫煙
きんし
禁止
され
たりきびしく
せいげん
制限
されている

But today smoking in public places is forbidden or strictly restricted.
この
きょうどうたい
共同体
において
へんか
変化
しげき
刺激
いちれん
一連
へんか
変化
しめ
していた
てん
ちゅうもく
注目
してみよ

Note that the impetus for change has undergone a series of transformations in this community.
このこと
にんげん
人間
きょうつう
共通
しゅくめい
宿命
さえいえる
そいん
素因
であってなにドイツ
じん
かぎ
った
ことない
This is a basic factor that can even be said to be the common lot of man, it certainly doesn't apply only to Germans.
たび
きょうつう
共通
さいふ
財布
つくろ
Let's pool our money and travel as a group.
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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