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1370 examples found containing '車'

この
くるま
わたし
This car is mine.
この
くるま
よん
トン
しゃ

This car can carry a load of 4 tons.
その
くるま
なかなか
あたら
しい

That car is quite new.
ちち
あたら
しい
くるま
です
My father's car is new.
くるま
ほしいです
Do you want a car?
わたし
その
くるま
った

I bought that car.
くるま
すばらしい
はつめい
発明

The automobile is a wonderful invention.
ジョン
くるま
エンジンかけた
John started the car.
くるま
はこ
んでもらえます

Could you bring it to the car?
この
くるま
にほん
日本
つく
られました

This car was made in Japan.
どちら
くるま
とう
さん
です
Which car is your father's?
わたし
けいかく
計画
くるま
ことです
My plan is to buy a car.
その
くるま
わたし
うんてん
運転
やすい
The car is easy for me to drive.
つけて
くるま
から
Beware! There's a car coming!
くるま
してもらえます

Can I borrow your car?
くるま
エンジンなかなかかからない
I can't get the car to start.
この
くるま
エンジンおかしい
Something is wrong with the engine of this car.
くるま
してくれません

Can I borrow your car?
わたし
くるま
つもりです
I will buy a car.
わたし
くるま
どこあります
Where is my car?
くるま
うんてん
運転
しかた
仕方
っている

Do you know how to drive a car?
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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