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402 examples found containing '段'
まど
そと
とき
とぐち
戸口
のぼ
だん
ところに
みし
見知
らぬ
ひと
みえた
Looking out of the window, I saw a stranger at the doorstep.
おお
げんご
言語
じしょがた
辞書形
ごび
語尾
まっており
にほんご
日本語
はう
だん
もじ
文字
わる

In many languages the way dictionary-form words end is fixed; in Japanese they end in a 'u row' character.
この
じっけん
実験
いか
以下
しゅだん
手段
しよう
使用
した

We used the following procedures in this experiment.
たちば
立場
からするこれらCDプレーヤー
ねだん
値段
たか
すぎる

From the buyer's point of view, the prices of these CD players are too high.
かれ
れんらく
連絡
とる
しゅだん
手段
なに
ない
There's no way to get in touch with him.
さばく
砂漠
らくだ
いどう
移動
しゅだん
手段
として
くるま
より
じゅうよう
重要

In the desert, camels are more important than cars for transportation.
その
あなた
っている
ねだん
値段
ほど
かち
価値

The painting is not worth the price you are asking.
この
とけい
時計
ねだん
値段
いく
です
What is the price of this watch?
これ
ねだん
値段
いくらです
What is the price for this?
そのレストランたいていより
やす
ねだん
値段
おいしい
もの
します

That restaurant usually serves good food at lower prices.
かれ
だいがくせい
大学生
より
いちだんじょう
一段上

He is a cut above the average college student.
せいち
整地
すれば
その
とち
土地
ねだん
値段
がる
だろう
Cleared, the site will be valuable.
わたし
かいだん
階段
のぼ
っている
ときに
かれ
った

I met him on the stairs as I was coming up.
かがく
科学
よいものあるそれそれ
じたい
自体
もくてき
目的
ないそれ
もくてき
目的
ため
しゅだん
手段
あってその
もくてき
目的
じんるい
人類
しんぽ
進歩
ある
Science is a good thing, but it is not an end in itself; it is a means toward an end and that end is human betterment.
にく
ねだん
値段
やがて
がる
だろう
The price of meat will soon come down.
わたし
かれ
ねだん
値段
った

I negotiated the price with him.
おおあめ
大雨
ためここ
かげつ
ヶ月
かん
まいにち
毎日
やさい
野菜
ねだん
値段
がっている

The heavy rainfall has caused vegetable prices to rise daily for the last two months.
おじいちゃん
かいだん
階段
から
ちて
だい
けが
怪我
した
Grandpa fell down the stairs and got a serious injury.
それ
すてき
素敵
くるま
わたし
しはら
支払
った
ねだん
値段
ほど
かち
価値
ない
It is a beautiful car, but it is not worth the price that I paid for it.
かれ
それ
ふせい
不正
しゅだん
手段
でした
He did it by unfair means.
アメリカなら
べい
にほん
日本
ごぶん
五分
いち
ていど
程度
ねだん
値段
はい
ります

In America, rice can be bought for a fifth of what it costs in Japan.
かいだん
階段
がる

Go up the stairs.
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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