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199 examples found containing '耳'
みみ
します

Would you like your ears to show?
その
ろうじん
老人
みみ
とお
かった

The old man was hard of hearing.
ひだり
みみ
から
みみ
だれ
ます

I have a discharge from my left ear.
ひだり
みみ
なに
はい
ってしまいました

I have a foreign object in my left ear.
かれ
みみ
するど

He has a sharp sense of hearing.
みみ
こえなかった

He was deaf, too.
みみ
いた
です
I have an earache.
みみ
して
くだ
さい

Lend me your ears!
わたし
わたし
みみ

I hear with my ears.
かのじょ
彼女
しっかり
みみ
おさえていた
She held her hands tightly over her ears.
みみ
して
ください
I'd like it above my ears.
おんがく
音楽
みみ
たの
しませてくれる

Music gratifies the ears.
かのじょ
彼女
よく
みみ
こえない
ふりした
She pretended to be hard of hearing.
もっと
おお
きな
こえ
はな
してくれません
わたし
みみ
とお
です
Could you speak louder? I'm hard of hearing.
ちち
わたし
たち
いけん
意見
みみ
さなかった

My father was deaf to our opinions.
かのじょ
彼女
とう
さん
はなし
まった
みみ
さない

She turns a deaf ear to her father.
かれ
ぜんしん
全身
みみ
している
He is attention itself.
みみ
かゆいです
I have an itch in my ear.
うさぎ
みみ
なが

A rabbit has long ears.
わたし
たち
みみ

We hear with ears.
かれ
わたし
ことば
言葉
みみ
かさなかった
He turned a deaf ear to my words.
かれ
いぬ
みみ
とお

His dog is hard of hearing.
わたし
みみ
すまして
いていた

I was all ears.
かれ
ぐうぜん
偶然
その
かいわ
会話
みみ
した
He overheard the conversation by accident.
ウサギ
みみ
キツネ
みみ
より
なが

The ears of a rabbit are longer than those of a fox.
かのじょ
彼女
こえ
まだ
わたし
みみ
のこ
っている

Her voice still rings in my ears.
じっくり
かれ
みみ
もの
いない
No one stops to listen to him.
わたし
たち
ぜんしん
全身
みみ
していた
We were all ears.
ひと
みみ
2ある
We have two ears.
かれ
みみ
はや

He is quick to learn.
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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