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1091 examples found containing '父'

わたし
ちち
きのう
かいしゃ
会社
やす
んだ

My father was absent from his office yesterday.
ちち
まいとし
毎年
デトロイト
しごと
仕事
っていた

Father went to Detroit to work every year.
ちち
アメリカ
ってしまった

My father has gone to America.
ちち
まだ
やす
んでいる

Father is still in bed.
ちち
かいしゃ
会社
でんしゃ
電車
かよ
っている

My father goes to his office by train.
ちち
あした
明日
かえ
ります

Father is coming home tomorrow.
ちち
わたし
その
ほん
ってくれました

Father bought me the book.
ちち
わたし
くるま
あらわせた
My father made me wash the car.
ちち
アメリカ
っています

My father has gone to America.
ちち
かいがい
海外
りょこう
旅行
ちゅう
です
My father is now traveling abroad.
ちち
らいねん
来年
かいがい
海外
りょこう
旅行
する
My father will travel abroad next year.
わたし
ちち
いま
ほん
んでいません

My father isn't reading a book now.
わたし
ちち
その
えいが
映画
ほしい
I want my father to see the movie.
ちち
げんき
元気
です
My father is in good health.
ちち
まだ
かえ
っていません

My father is not home yet.
ちち
あたら
しい
くるま
です
My father's car is new.
この
とけい
時計
ちち
です
This watch is my father's.
ちち
はな
みず
やっている
Father is watering flowers.
ちち
とても
げんき
元気
やっています
My father is getting along very well.
わたし
ちち
せんせい
先生
です
My father is a teacher.
ちち
いしゃ
医者
です
My father is a doctor.
その
はなし
いたら
ちち
こと
おも
いだした

The story reminded me of my father.
ちち
50
だい
です
My father is in his fifties.
わたし
ちち
かげつ
ヶ月
にゅういん
入院
していた

My father has been in hospital for two months.
わたし
ちち
えいご
英語
せんせい
先生
です
My father is a teacher of English.
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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