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627 examples found containing '水'

この
みず
よい
あじ
する
This water tastes good.
みず
いがい
以外
なに
えない

Nothing is to be seen but water.
この
みず
んで
あんしん
安心
です
This water is safe to drink.
みず
ください
Some water, please.
みず
すこ
ください
Please give me some water.
みず
みたい

I want to drink some water.
みず
なければ
にんげん
人間
きられない

But for water, no man could live.
みず
ってきて
ください
Could you bring me some water?
みず
じゅうぶん
十分
ある
We have water enough.
たとえ
なか
みず
なか

Go through fire and water.
ベティ
はな
みず
やっています
Betty is watering the flowers.
この
みず
よい
It is good to drink this water.
みず
いがい
以外
なに
えなかった

Nothing was to be seen but water.
みず
ほしいです
I'd like some water.
おがわ
小川
みず

Drink water from a stream.
はな
みず
やり
わった

I've finished watering the flowers.
にんげん
人間
70%
みず

Man is 70% water.
わたし
みず
すこ
ください
Give me some water, please.
みず
ください
Can I have some water, please?
かわ
みず
ありませんでした
There was no water in the river.
ちち
はな
みず
やっている
Father is watering flowers.
みず
もう

"Time to drink some water."
コップ
すこ
みず
はい
っている

There is a little water in the glass.
わたし
みず
くれません
Please give me some water.
みず
いっぱい
一杯
ください
Please give me a glass of water.
みず
いっぱい
一杯
くだ
さい

A glass of water, please.
みず
ひつよう
必要
ないです
You don't have to buy water, do you?
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