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17 examples found containing '肖'

この
しょうぞうが
肖像画
ほぼ
じつぶつだい
実物大
です
This portrait is nearly as large as life.
しょうぞうが
肖像画
じゅんび
準備
として
わたし
ともだち
友達
たいしょう
対象
よく
かんさつ
観察
する
ため
しゃしん
写真
たくさん
沢山

In preparation for painting a portrait, my friend takes many photographs in order to study the subject closely.
かれ
たいした
あやか
しゃ

What a lucky person he is!
わたし
とく
っている
この
あざ
やかな
しきさい
色彩
しょうぞうが
肖像画
です
I am pleased with this vivid portrait in particular.
これ
くなった
ちち
しょうぞうが
肖像画
です
This is a portrait of my late father.
その
しょうぞうが
肖像画
びじん
美人
よこがお
横顔
えが
いている

The portrait shows the profile of a beautiful woman.
ろうじん
老人
しょうぞうが
肖像画
かべ
かっていた

A portrait of an old man was hanging on the wall.
その
しょうぞうが
肖像画
かべ
から
のぞ
かれた

The portrait was taken from the wall.
その
しょうぞうが
肖像画
じつぶつ
実物
そっくり
The portrait looks exactly like the real thing.
かべ
しょうぞうが
肖像画
かざ
ってあった

A portrait was hung on the wall.
その
しょうぞうが
肖像画
わたし
むかし
っていた
ひと
おも

That portrait reminds me of someone I knew a long time ago.
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