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60 results found using grammar せいで
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この
やく
しごと
仕事
きた
なくなった

I'm not getting any work because of this role.
びょうき
病気
わたし
りょこう
旅行
けなかった

Illness prevented me from taking a trip.
かのじょ
彼女
ガン
んだ

She died of cancer.
かれ
かろう
過労
んだ

He died from overwork.
ざつおん
雑音
しごと
仕事
しゅうちゅう
集中
できません
I can't concentrate on my work because of the noise.
あめ
わたし
たち
ピクニック
けなかった

The rain made it impossible for us to go on the picnic.
テレビマンガ
がくせい
学生
ほん
みません

Students don't read many books because of TV and comics.
アルコール
かれ
くるま
ぶつけた
He was under the influence of alcohol when he crashed his car.
かれ
ゆき
ちこく
遅刻
した

He was late because of the snow.
まず
しさ
びょうき
病気
なることしばしばある
Illness often results from poverty.
かれ
とし
よわ
なった
He's become frail in his old age.
かれ
とし
えなく
なった
Age deprived him of his sight.
でんわ
電話
かいわ
会話
ちゅうだん
中断
される
こと
おお

A phone call often interrupts your conversation.
おおあめ
大雨
くるま
こしょう
故障
した

Because of heavy rain my car broke down.
そふ
祖父
とし
みみ
よく
こえない

Because of his age, my grandfather doesn't hear well.
あめ
その
やきゅう
野球
チーム
きのう
昨日
しあい
試合
なかった
The rain kept the baseball team idle yesterday.
あめ
その
やきゅう
野球
チーム
きのう
昨日
しあい
試合
てなかった

The rain kept the baseball team idle yesterday.
あめ
らなかった
くさき
草木
れてしまった

Absence of rain caused the plants to die.
かれ
べんきょう
勉強
ふそく
不足
しけん
試験
ちました

He failed the exam because he had not studied enough.
しゅじゅつ
手術
うまくいかなかった
なが
ある
けません

Because the operation didn't go well, I can no longer walk for long.
かぜ
風邪
ひいた
こえ
なく
なった
My voice has gone because of my cold.
かれ
きり
あまり
とお
まで
えなかった

The mist prevented him from seeing very far.
かれ
ふちゅうい
不注意
あし
ほね
った

His carelessness cost him a broken leg.
しけん
試験
せいせき
成績
とても
らくたん
落胆
している

She was very down because of the exam result.
こうそう
高層
ビル
かれ
いえ
ひざ
陽射
うば
われた

The high building deprived their house of sunlight.
こうつう
交通
じゅうたい
渋滞
わたし
かいごう
会合
おく
れた

The traffic jam caused me to be late for the meeting.
あめ
わたし
はやく
うんてん
運転
する
こと
でき
出来
なかった

The rain made it impossible for me to drive fast.
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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