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475 examples found containing '去'
わたし
たち
この
くに
えいえん
永遠
ります

We are leaving this country for good.
かこ
過去
かこ
過去

Let bygones be bygones.
かこ
過去
こと
みず
なが

Let bygones be bygones.
わたし
きょねん
去年
より
おお
かね
あります
I have more money than I had last year.
いっしょ
一緒
わたし
たち
かわ
およ
いで
わたって
くま
くま
れて
やま
いえ
いっしょ
一緒
しあわ
つける
ことできる
Let us go together. We can swim across the river, carry off the bear cubs, take them to the house on the mountain, and together find happiness.
ふけいき
不景気
つつ
ことし
今年
ゴールデンウイーク
かいがい
海外
りょこう
旅行
する
ひと
かこ
過去
さいこう
最高
らしい
Even though we're supposedly in a recession, people are traveling abroad in record numbers this Golden Week holiday.
かれ
きょねん
去年
ジョークラスいました
They were in Joe's class last year.
いちなん
一難
って
また
いちなん
一難
またまた
なんだい
難題
しゃちょう
社長
からトップダウン
りてきた

No sooner had we finished working on one tough problem than the president sent us yet another straight from the top.
かれ
きょねん
去年
なつ
けんこう
健康
だった
He was in good health last summer.
かのじょ
彼女
られた
まごむすめ
孫娘
さが
した

She searched for her granddaughter who had been taken away.
インカ
ぞく
やく
よんひゃくねん
四百年
まえ
スペイン
じん
せいふく
征服
された
とき
しょうすう
少数
インカ
ぞく
クスコ
って
ペルー
ちゅうしんぶ
中心部
あるマチュピチュ
った

When the Incas were conquered by the Spanish about four hundred years ago, some of the Incas left Cuzco and went to Machu Picchu in the heart of Peru.
とり
たち
その
ねこ
ビックリして
った

The birds flew away in alarm when they saw the cat.
たいふう
台風
った

The typhoon is gone.
きみ
それ
ことできる
ことできない
You can see it, but you cannot take it away.
わたし
かれ
かこ
過去
ことくよくよする
ちゅうこく
忠告
した

I advised him not to grieve over the past.
だい
よん
こぐま
小熊
こと
せいこう
成功
して
わたし
たち
きゅうけい
休憩
せず
やま
がる
ことできるだろう
In the fourth place, even if we succeeded in carrying off the bear cubs, we could not run up a mountain without stopping to rest.
じかん
時間
しば
られた
しゃかい
社会
とき
せん
ようにつまり
かこ
過去
から
げんざい
現在
とお
って
みらい
未来
かって
びる
いっぽん
1本
ちょくせん
直線
られている

In a time-bound society time is seen as linear- in other words as a straight line extending from the past, through the present, to the future.
われわれ
さいあく
最悪
きけん
危険
った
こと
って
おお
いに
あんしん
安心
した

We were greatly relieved to find that the worst dangers were over.
きょねん
去年
ふゆ
ゆき
たくさん
った

There was a lot of snow last winter.
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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