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95 examples found containing '衣'

ころも
ばかり
おしょう
和尚
できぬ
The dress does not make the fair.
かのじょ
彼女
のぞ
ころも
せないで
ほんね
本音
って
しい
ということ
I wish she wouldn't pussyfoot about it and just say what she means.
わたし
たち
きていく
ために
しょく
じゅう
ひつよう
必要
です
We need food, clothing and shelter in order to live.
このバッグ
いちしゅうかんぶん
一週間分
いるい
衣類
じゅうぶん
はい

The bag will easily carry enough clothes for a week.
いふく
衣服
だいじ
大事
すればずっと
なが
たも

If you look after your clothes, they last a lot longer.
ははおや
母親
いしょう
衣装
きどうらく
着道楽
だった
Her mother had many outfits and loved fine clothes.
Source: ねじまき鳥クロにカル(村上春樹)
えもん
衣紋
なが
というのは
けまり
蹴鞠
わざ

'Emon-nagashi' is a technique of kemari (Japanese kickball).
はは
いふく
衣服
たくさん
かね
つか
使

My mother spends a lot of money on clothes.
ぬの
おう
じて
いふく
衣服

Cut your coat according to your cloth.
かれ
つか
使
ふる
された
うわぎ
上衣
ていた

He was dressed in an old coat that had seen better days.
かれ
かぞく
家族
いしょく
衣食
あた
えた

He provided food and clothes for his family.
かれ
だぶだぶ
うわぎ
上衣
ていた

He wore a coat too large for him.
わたし
こういしつ
更衣室
さいふ
財布
ぬす
まれた

I had my purse stolen in the changing room.
こども
子供
いしょく
衣食
おや
たよ
っている

Children depend on their parents for food and clothing.
こども
子供
たち
いしょく
衣食
おや
たよ
っている

Children depend on their parents for food and clothing.
これら
いるい
衣類
100
ようもう
羊毛
できています
These garments are made of 100 percent wool.
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