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877 examples found containing '方'
あなた
ほん
ほう
よい
It would be better for you to read more books.
この
ほん
ほう
ちい
さい

This book is smaller.
くら
なってきました
かえ
った
ほう
いいです
It's getting dark. You'd better go home.
ぎない
ほう
いい
You had better not eat too much.
いた
ほう
いい
You'd better back off.
もらうより
あた
える
ほう

It is better to give than to take.
この
ほう
らなかった

The world did not recognize him.
てがみ
手紙
いた
ほう
いい
おも
います

Do you think I should write?
それ
わないでおいた
ほう
よい
You had better leave it unsaid.
もっともやさしい
もんだい
問題
から
はじ
めた
ほう
いい
You had better begin with easier questions.
いこう
以降
でんわ
電話
した
ほう
やす
です
Is it cheaper to call after 9:00?
かみ
ってもらった
ほう
いい
You had better have your hair cut.
かのじょ
彼女
ひとり
一人
した
ほう
いい
We'd better leave her alone.
バス
った
ほう
いいです
Should I take the bus?
えき
ホテル
にし
西
ほう
ある
The station is to the west of the hotel.
それ
わないでおく
ほう
いい
It would be better to leave it unsaid.
いしゃ
医者
てもらった
ほう
いいです
You had better see the doctor.
それやってみた
ほう
いい
It would be better to try.
やくそく
約束
まも
った
ほう
いい
You may as well keep your promise.
ける
より
あた
える
ほう
さいわ
である
It is more blessed to give than to receive.
かれ
にし
西
ほう
かった

They headed westward.
しょくじ
食事
する
より
ほう
よい
I had sooner sleep than eat.
すぐ
ほう
よい
おも

I think it better to go at once.
どっち
ほう
よい
Which way shall we go now?
すぐ
いしゃ
医者
てもらった
ほう
いい
You had better see a doctor at once.
それしない
ほう
いい
You'd better not do it.
わたし
にく
より
さかな
ほう
いい
I prefer fish to meat.
きみすぐ
しゅっぱつ
出発
した
ほう
よい
You had better start at once.
いま
かけた
ほう
いい
You may as well leave now.
きのう
昨日
より
きょう
今日
ほう
ぐあい
具合
わる

I feel worse today than I did yesterday.
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