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1158 examples found containing '良'

こん
がっき
学期
りょう
2つあった
I got two Bs this semester.
これ
りょう
にくひつ
肉筆
てがみ
手紙

This is a letter of Ryo's in his own handwriting.
でんわ
電話
りょう
こえ
いたら
むね
いっぱいなった
I got all choked up when I heard the voice of Ryo over the telephone.
トマト
さくがら
作柄
りょう

The tomato crop is of good quality.
かれ
りょうしん
良心
かしゃく
呵責
かん
じた

He felt the pricks of conscience.
かれ
りょうしき
良識
ある
おも
います

Do you think he's sensible?
かれ
りょうけ
良家
しゅつ
ある
He is of a good line.
かれ
りっぱ
立派
がくしゃ
学者
あってさらに
おし
える
うまい
He is a good scholar, and what is better, a good teacher.
かれ
りかい
理解
くない
ひと
です
He is a man of mean understanding.
ジェーン
きょうと
京都
についてほど
なら
奈良
について
りません

Jane doesn't know as much as about Nara as she does about Kyoto.
いい
つかって
かった
です
You were lucky to find it.
たし
それ
かんが
じっこう
実行
する
むずか
しい

It's a good idea, to be sure, but it's hard to put it into practice.
はくぶつかん
博物館
この
みち
でしょ
Is this the right way to the museum?
かれ
ふたり
2人
むすめ
ひとり
1人
とうきょう
東京
もう
ひとり
1人
なら
奈良
んでいる

One of his two daughters lives in Tokyo, and the other in Nara.
すわ
ごこち
心地
いす
椅子
です
This is a comfortable chair.
はし
こと
けんこう
健康

Running is good for the health.
きみ
らせ
ある
I have some good news for you.
しゅうまつ
週末

Have a nice weekend!
しつ
サービス
もと
められている

Services of better quality are in demand.
しか
鹿
えもの
獲物

Deer are good game.
メアリー
わたし
なかよ
仲良
なりました
Mary and I became good friends.
かれ
いぜん
以前
なかよ
仲良
やっていた
いま
いつもけんかばかりしている
They used to get on well together but now they are always quarreling.
その
けん
について
われわれ
我々
みんなアイデア
って
もっといい
あん
した
ほう

We'd better brainstorm about it together and get a better idea.
その
てん
せいと
生徒

He is a little slow, but otherwise he is a good student.
ここって
せみ
こえ
とうきょう
東京
ちが
あらまっよく
がついた
こと
きじょ
貴女
おんかん
音感
してる
"Here ... the sound of the cicadas is different." "Oh my, I'm impressed you noticed. You've got a good sense of pitch!"
みょう
はなし
かのじょ
彼女
そのこととても
っている

Strange to say, she knows the fact very well.
かれ
ぜんりょう
善良
しょうねん
少年
そしてさらによいこと
ひじょう
非常
びなん
美男

He is a good boy, and what is better, very handsome.
てんこう
天候
ふりょう
不良
ためゴルフできなくて
はは
きげん
機嫌
わる
かった

Mother was in a bad mood since she could not play golf because of bad weather.
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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