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466 examples found containing '育'
ジーン
こども
子供
きょういく
教育
ことポール
けんか
喧嘩
した

Jean has fallen out with Paul over the education of their children.
たし
せだい
世代
きょういく
教育
ていど
程度
きんねん
近年
きざい
機材
てられない

Certainly there are inequalities in level of education even within a generation, but there have been no visible inequities between machines and materials in recent years.
たし
ウェンディ
うみべ
海辺
そだ
ちました
およ
うまくありません
It is true Wendy grew up at the seaside, but she isn't a good swimmer.
じゅうてん
重点
かれた
よさん
予算
こうもく
項目
きょういく
教育
しゃかい
社会
ほしょう
保障
そのほか
せいかつ
生活
かんれん
関連
ぶんや
分野
である
Budget items that received priority are education, social security and other fields that are closely related to people's lives.
かれ
じぶん
自分
こどもたち
子供達
きょういく
教育
もんだい
問題
つま
まか
せきり
だった
He always left the problem of this children's education to his wife.
かれ
パリ
きょういく
教育
けた
こと
じまん
自慢
している

He is proud of having been educated in Paris.
その
くに
こうとう
高等
きょういく
教育
しゃかい
社会
わり
つつある
That country is turning into a society with high education.
かのじょ
彼女
おじいさん
そだ
てられた

She was brought up by her grandfather.
せいふ
政府
きょういく
教育
かいかく
改革
している

The government has been reforming education.
その
せんせい
先生
きょういく
教育
じゅうようせい
重要性
きょうちょう
強調
した

The teacher emphasized the importance of education.
きょういく
教育
かいかく
改革
まだまだこれから
Educational reforms still have a long way to go.
きょういく
教育
たん
おお
じじつ
事実
まな
ことあるない
Education does not consist simply in learning a lot of facts.
きょういく
教育
おお
ことがら
事柄
おぼ
える
ことあるない
Education doesn't consist of learning a lot of facts.
かれ
かねも
金持
そのうえ
そだ
いい
He is rich, what is more, he is well-bred.
かれ
うま
うし
そだ
てている

He raises horses and cattle.
かれ
イギリス
まれた
アメリカ
きょういく
教育
けた

He was born in England, but was educated in America.
りょうしん
両親
その
じょうず
上手
そだ
てた

The parents have brought up the child well.
かれ
こども
子供
そだ
てかた
しつけ
かた
たが
いけん
意見
わなかった

They differed with each other on the care and upbringing of their children.
のうぎょう
農業
こくもつ
穀物
そだ
てる
ため
どじょう
土壌
こうさく
耕作
ていぎ
定義
される

Agriculture is defined as the cultivation of soil for growing crops.
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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