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English Translation of Sentence

Where there's a will, there's a way.
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Vocabulary list

ishi
noun
  1. will; volition; intention; intent; determination
no
particle
  1. indicates possessive
  2. verb and adjective nominalizer (nominaliser)
  3. substituting for "ga" in subordinate phrases
  4. indicates a confident conclusion
  5. emotional emphasis (sentence end) (fem)
  6. indicates question (sentence end)
aru
godan verb (irregular), intransitive verb
  1. to be (usu. of inanimate objects); to exist; to live
  2. to have
  3. to be located
  4. to be equipped with
  5. to happen; to come about
aru
pre-noun adjectival
  1. a certain ...; some ...
tokoro
noun, suffix
  1. place; spot; scene; site
  2. address
  3. district; area; locality
  4. one's house
  5. point
  6. part
  7. space; room
  8. whereupon; as a result
  9. (after present form of a verb) about to; on the verge of
ni
particle
  1. indicates such things as location of person or thing, location of short-term action, etc.
chi
di
noun
  1. way; road
  2. way to ...; road to ...
dou
noun
  1. road
  2. way
  3. Buddhist teachings
  4. Taoism
  5. modern administrative region of Japan (Hokkaido)
  6. historical administrative region of Japan (Tokaido, Tosando, etc.)
  7. province (Tang-era administrative region of China)
  8. province (modern administrative region of Korea)
michi
noun
  1. road; street; way; path; course; route; lane
  2. distance; ways (e.g. "a long ways")
  3. the way (of proper conduct, etc.); one's way; morals
  4. teachings (esp. Confucian or Buddhist); dogma
  5. field (of medicine, etc.); subject
  6. way; method; means
ari
noun, no adjective
  1. existence (at the present moment)
aru
godan verb (irregular), intransitive verb
  1. to be (usu. of inanimate objects); to exist; to live
  2. to have
  3. to be located
  4. to be equipped with
  5. to happen; to come about

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