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856 examples found containing '目'

たいてい
とり
ひるま
昼間
しか
えない

Most birds can see only by day.
とう
さん
まいあさ
毎朝
しんぶん
新聞
とお

My dad has a look at the newspaper every morning.
わたし
よくないのでめがねかけなければならない
My sight isn't good; I have to wear glasses.
わたし
みぎ
えない

I am blind in the right eye.
10ページ
ぎょう
みなさい
Let's begin with the fifth line on page 10.
あの
しょうじょ
少女
あお

That girl's eyes are blue.
なが
くだ
さい

I hope you won't expect results immediately.
けて
ください
Open your eyes, please.
わたし
わたし

I see with my eyes.
けていられません

I can't keep my eyes open.
かかる
たの
しみ
していました
I've been looking forward to meeting you.
けておく

Keep your eyes open.
わたし
じぶん
自分
うたがった
I couldn't believe my eyes.
かかる
じかん
時間
ありません
I have no time to see you.
ひどい
あいます
You'll have a hard time.
ひどい
あった
I had a devil of a time.
わり
から
ぎょう
からはじめよう
Let's begin at the last line but one.
くち
ほど
もの

The eyes are as eloquent as the tongue.
かかる
ねん
ぶり
です
We haven't seen you in the past four years.
アルバイト
はじ
めて
きょう
今日
ふつか
2日
です
Today is my second day of my side job.
けてみろ

Open your eyes.
にほんじん
日本人
くろ

The Japanese have dark eyes.
あなた
わる
です
Are your eyes bad?
むし
はい
って
れません

I got a bug in my eye and I can't get it out.
かれ
わる

His eyesight is bad.
した
うっすらくま
いている

Faint shadows had appeared beneath her eyes.
かのじょ
彼女
きょうふ
恐怖
あった
There was fear in her eyes.
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