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Components
65 examples found containing '飽'
かれ
なが
はなし
きた

I was tired of his long talk.
わたし
たんちょう
単調
せいかつ
生活
きた

I'm tired of the monotonous life.
つまらない
しあい
試合
きてきた

I've gotten tired of watching this boring game.
わたし
かのじょ
彼女
ふへい
不平
ふまん
不満
きした

I'm sick of listening to her complaints.
わたし
ちち
はなし
もう
きている

I am tired of hearing Father's stories.
すべて
げいじゅつ
芸術
さくひん
作品
なか
さいこう
最高
さくひん
作品
なか
あらゆる
こと
じつげん
実現
されており
わたし
なに
あた
える
こと
できず
わたし
ちつかない
こころ
ただ
じゅどうてき
受動的
つめる
こと
きて
しま
仕舞
だった
In the greatest of all works of art everything had been realized, I could give nothing, and my restless mind tired of passive contemplation.
にわ
なが
める
きた

I also got tired of looking at the garden.
わが
とう
これ
まで
はんたい
反対
します

Our party will resist to the bitter end.
じへい
自閉
しょう
こども
子供
きる
こと
ない
I do not know that autistic children will get tired.
かのじょ
彼女
ぐち
愚痴
きた

I'm fed up with her grumbling.
かれ
こと
きていた
They were tired of waiting.
かれ
その
しごと
仕事
きて
やりかけたままほっておいた
He got tired of the work, and left it half-done.
どくしょ
読書
きて
かのじょ
彼女
ひるね
昼寝
した
Tired of reading, she took a nap.
きって
切手
あつ
きた

I lost interest in collecting stamps.
わたし
しゅくだい
宿題
きた

I am tired of homework.
わたし
えいご
英語
きしている

I'm fed up with English.
わたし
テレビ
みあ
見飽
きている

I'm tired of watching TV.
わたし
テレビ
きています

I'm tired of watching television.
わたし
テレビ
こと
きた

I was tired of watching TV.
わたし
ダンス
けっ
して
きる
ことありません
I never get sick of dancing.
わたし
その
しごと
仕事
きている

I am tired of the work.
この
しず
かな
せいかつ
生活
いい
かげん
加減
きてしまった

I'm about tired of this quiet life.
がくしょく
学食
きた

I am tired of eating at the school cafeteria.
よくも
きず
まいにち
毎日
おな
こと
できる
I wonder if you don't get tired of doing the same thing every day.
もうこ
ばんぐみ
番組
きた

I've had enough of this program.
テレビ
きた

I'm tired of TV.
それ
きた

I am tired of hearing it.
この
ほん
きょうみ
興味
津々たるものあって
きない

This book is so absorbing that I can't put it down.
それ
ちょうさ
調査
する
たいくつ
退屈
きする
しごと
仕事

The work required to investigate that is boring and wearisome.
きみ
じまんばなし
自慢話
もう
きた

I'm tired of hearing your boastful tales.
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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