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44 examples found containing '巨'

その
こうけつ
高潔
あいこくしゃ
愛国者
けいい
敬意
あらわ
して
きょだい
巨大
きねんひ
記念碑
てられた

An immense monument was erected in honor of the noble patriot.
ひこうき
飛行機
から
その
しま
きょだい
巨大
クモように
える

Seen from an airplane, the island looks like a big spider.
ことし
今年
きょじん
巨人
ゆうしょう
優勝
しない
おも

I don't think that the Giants will be the champions this year.
きのう
昨日
はんしん
阪神
きょじん
巨人
せん
かい
Did you see the Hanshin Giants game yesterday?
それ
ひとご
人込
いうより
きょだい
巨大
ほんりゅう
奔流
おも
わせた

Rather than a crowd of people it made me think of a vast torrent.
たか
てんじょう
天井
きょだい
巨大
へや
部屋
ある
たてもの
建物
それにとって
わる
もと
ないオフィスビルほど
じつようてき
実用的
ではないかも
れない
しゅうい
周囲
かんきょう
環境
うまく
っている
ばあい
場合
おお
ある
A building with high ceilings and huge rooms may be less practical than the colorless block of offices that takes its place, but it often fits in well with its surroundings.
その
きょぼく
巨木
えだ
いけ
おお
かぶさっていた
The boughs of the large tree overhung the pond.
かれ
いちだい
一代
きょまん
巨万
とみ

He made a great fortune in his lifetime.
ぞう
きょだい
巨大
どうぶつ
動物
ある
An elephant is an enormous animal.
きょだい
巨大
にく
かたまり
たった

I was hit by a huge chunk of meat.
きょだい
巨大
とり
かれ
ほう
んできた

A gigantic bird came flying toward him.
この
びじゅつかん
美術館
オランダ
きょしょう
巨匠
えが
いた
さくひん
作品
たくさんある
This art collection is rich in paintings by Dutch masters.
その
あたら
しい
たてもの
建物
きょだい
巨大

The new building is enormous.
その
きょだい
巨大
ビル
そら
とど
ように
おも
えた

The huge building seemed to touch the sky.
その
かいしゃ
会社
きょがく
巨額
あかじ
赤字
している

The company is losing money heavily.
かれ
もんくな
文句無
きょじん
巨人

He is altogether a giant.
にほん
日本
こくさい
国際
しゅうし
収支
ながねん
長年
きょがく
巨額
くろじ
黒字
つづ
けている

Japan's balance of payments has been running a huge surplus for many years.
くじら
うみ
きょだい
巨大
ほにゅうるい
哺乳類
ある
The whale is a very large mammal which lives in the sea.
そら
から
かわ
きょだい
巨大
へび
ように
えた

Seen from the sky, the river looked like a huge snake.
その
ろうじん
老人
きょまん
巨万
とみ
しょゆう
所有
している

The old man possesses great wealth.
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