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23 examples found containing '矢'

まと
たった

The arrow hit the target.
てき
とど
かなかった

The arrow fell short of the target.
かれ
その
へいし
兵士
ねらって
はな
った

He shot an arrow at the soldier.
わたし
てき
てた

I hit the mark with the arrow.
コヨちゃん
ゆみ
った

Koyomi bought a bow and arrows.
いちほん
一本
たか
かんつう
貫通
した

An arrow passed through the hawk.
ない
ゆみ
はやく
たない

A bow is no use without arrows.
さい
とき
すでに
みずか
ゆみ
つく
った

By the age of seven, he had already made his own bow and arrows.
あつ
いた
かんつう
貫通
した

The arrow pierced the thick board.
まと
からひどく
はず
れた

The arrow fell wide of the mark.
だれ
しらは
白羽
てよ

Who shall I choose?
ウイリアム・テル
むすこ
息子
あたま
うえ
リンゴねらって

William Tell shot an arrow at the apple on his son's head.
ぐさり
さった

The arrow went home.
ひとびと
人々
こういん
光陰
ごと
よく
みみ
する
We often hear people say that time flies.
インディアン
ゆみ
たたか
った

The Indians fought with bows and arrows.
こういん
光陰
ごとし
よく
みみ
する
We often hear it said that time flies.
こういん
光陰
ごと

Time flies like an arrow.
かれ
その
しか
鹿
めがけて

He shot an arrow at the deer.
その
まと
から
おお
きく
はず
れた

The arrow fell wide of the mark.
ネイティブアメリカン
ゆみ
たたかった
Native Americans fought with bow and arrow.
かすめた
The arrow glanced off the tree.
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