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achira
pronoun, no adjective

Alternate Written Forms:

[あちら(彼方)]
achira
[あっ()·()]
acchi
[()·()]
achi

English Meaning(s) for あちら

pronoun, no adjective
  1. that way (direction distant from both speaker and listener); over there; yonder
  2. that one (something physically distant from both speaker and listener, or something not visible but known by both speaker and listener); that
  3. that person (someone physically distant from both speaker and listener, or someone not present but known by both speaker and listener)
  4. there (place distant from both speaker and listener); over there; foreign country (esp. a Western nation)

Stroke Order Diagrams for あちら

Sample Sentences for あちら

The toilet is over there.
This was quite primitive compared to that.
You can't enter that bookstore with your shirt off.
That's the person I've been waiting for.
These are my shoes and those are yours.

Comments for あちら

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PS... Oops, I'm sorry... I'm waiting for the Genki books and will see how different they are? before I go on to learning Kanji in full.  I'd meant to mention it.

#4 Posted by PFreeman over 1 year ago

PS... Oops, I'm sorry... I'm waiting for the Genki books and will see how different they are? before I go on to learning Kanji in full.  I'd meant to mention it.

#3 Posted by PFreeman over 1 year ago

PS... Oops, I'm sorry... I'm waiting for the Genki books and will see how different they are? before I go on to learning Kanji in full.  I'd meant to mention it.

#2 Posted by PFreeman over 1 year ago

in one of my Japanese From Zero books for hiragana and katakana, they use "acchi" for "that one (over there)".  Is this OK or should I be saying kachira?

 

#1 Posted by PFreeman over 1 year ago


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