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22 examples found containing '軒'
かれ
いえ
けん
さき
です
He lives two doors off.
10
けん
いえ
その
かじ
火事
しょうしつ
焼失
した

The fire burned down ten houses.
かれ
けん
さき
んでいます

He lives three doors off.
10
けん
いえ
すっかり
えた

Ten houses were burned down.
その
けん
いえ
せなか
背中
かい
たっている
The two houses stand back to back.
けん
いえ
みち
ゆき
ざされていた

The path between the two houses was blocked by snow.
かれ
いま
までところ
けん
いえ
てた

He has built two houses so far.
さくや
昨夜
かじ
火事
こって
けん
ぜんしょう
全焼
した

A fire broke out last night and three houses were burnt down.
のき
から
ちる
あま
だれ
その
はち
なか
くろ
つち
っていた

The raindrops falling from the eaves struck the black earth in the plant pots.
Source: 世界の終りとハードボイルド・ワンダーランド(村上 春樹)
けん
いえ
その
かじ
火事
ぜんしょう
全焼
した

Two houses were burned down in the fire.
いしゃ
医者
ごご
午後
けん
おうしん
往診
した

The doctor made six house calls in the afternoon.
この
かげつ
ヶ月
よい
じょうたい
状態
いえ
けん
こわ
された

In the past month, three houses, all in good condition, have been torn down.
おか
うえ
けん
いえ
あります
There is a house on the hill.
おか
うえ
けん
おお
きな
いえ
あります
There is a large house on the hill.
かれ
われわれ
我々
いえ
から
けん
となり
んでいる

He lives next door but one to us.
かのじょ
彼女
とり
かご
のき
からつるした
She hung the cage from the eaves.
20
けん
いえ
ちた

No less than twenty houses were burnt down.
かれ
しゃかい
社会
しゅぎしゃ
主義者
っている
しかしながら
いえ
けん
ロールスロイス
くるま
っている

He claims to be a socialist, and yet he has two houses and a Rolls Royce.
その
けん
いえ
なら
んで
っている

The two houses stand side by side.
こどもたち
子供達
ハロウィーン
よる
けん
ずつ
いえ
たず
ねてまわる

Children walk around from door to door on Halloween night.
けん
いえ
なら
んで
たっている
The two houses stand alongside of each other.
にってい
日程
にんずう
人数
かくてい
確定
しない
うち
なん
けん
かけもち
よやく
予約
したり
とりあえず
さえ
という
かる
きも
気持
よやく
予約
したりする
げんきん
厳禁
みせ
ひと
にもほか
きゃく
さん
にも
めいわく
迷惑
かかっちゃう
だい
ヒンシュク
こうい
行為

Ringing around to various locations and making reservations with the notion 'Just have it on hold for the time being' before having a definite date and time or final numbers is a definite no-no. It's behavior that is frowned upon in a big way and puts out restaurant owners and other customers.
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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