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26 examples found containing '童'
わたし
がっこう
学校
にほん
日本
ぶんがく
文学
えいごやく
英語訳
とく
そうせき
漱石
わがはい
吾輩
ねこ
ある
こころ
あくたがわ
芥川
はな
かっぱ
河童
たの
しく
んだ

At school I had enjoyed reading Japanese literature in English translation, in particular Soseki's I am a Cat and Kokoro, and Akutagawa's The Nose and Kappa.
じどう
児童
たち
もうすぐやって
えんそく
遠足
たの
しみ
している
The pupils are looking forward to the upcoming excursion.
かあ
さん
だれ
えんだん
縁談
ため
おおわらわ
大童
あさはや
朝早
から
でか
出掛

Mother - I'll be leaving early in the morning without bothering with my appearance for someone or other's engagement.
ぼくどう
牧童
たち
うし
あつ
めた

The cowboys rounded up the herd of cattle.
かれ
ふたり
2人
とも
がくどう
学童
ある
They are both school children.
かっぱ
河童
かわなが
川流

The best swimmers are oftenest drowned.
その
しゅっぱんしゃ
出版社
じどう
児童
ぶんがく
文学
せんもん
専門
している
That publisher specialises in children's books.
この
どうわ
童話
ななさい
七歳
じゅうぶん
十分
やさしい
This fairy tale is easy enough for a seven-year-old child to read.
かれ
ほんとう
本当
しんどう
神童
ある
He truly is a prodigy.
かれ
オペラもちろんこと
どうよう
童謡
すら
うた
えない

Opera! He cannot even sing children's songs!
としょかん
図書館
たくさん
じどうしょ
児童書
ある
We have a lot of children's books in the library.
がくどう
学童
たち
どっと
わら
った

The pupils burst out laughing.
その
がっこう
学校
じどう
児童
みんなその
あたら
しい
せんせい
先生
なついた
Every child in the school took to the new teacher.
あなた
どうよう
童謡
レコードセットさがしているそうです
I understand you're looking for a record album of nursery rhymes.
あなたこの
どうわ
童話
ひとり
一人
いた
です
Did you write this fairy tale by yourself?
イソップ
どうわ
童話
すっぱい
ぶどう
葡萄
という
はなし
あります
In Aesop's Fables is a story called "Sour Grapes".
りく
がった
かっぱ
河童
かんきょう
環境
わった
ために
のうりょく
能力
はっき
発揮
できずいることたとえです
"A fish out of water" is a metaphor for being unable to use your talents due to a change of environment.
かれ
この
どうわ
童話
ひとり
いた

He wrote this fairy tale by himself.
どうしん
童心
かえってもう
いちど
一度
やり
なお
しましょ

I will mentally return to childhood and do it all over again.
じどう
児童
しんり
心理
がくしゃ
学者
なか
おや
もっと
こども
子供
あそ
んでやり
かんが
えさせる
もんだい
問題
あた
えてやる
べき
かんが
える
ひと
おお

Many child psychologists think that parents should play with their children more often and give them problems to think about.
がっこう
学校
のうりょく
能力
かんけい
関係
なくすべて
じどう
児童
ニーズ
こた
える
こと
きたい
期待
されている

Schools are expected to meet the needs of every child, regardless of ability.
どーお
どうてい
童貞
そつぎょう
卒業
した
よくあさ
翌朝
きぶん
気分
そうかい
爽快

So? Feeling refreshed, the morning after graduating from virginity?
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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