Sign In


Recent Searches

Japanese Sentences with English Translations - 四苦

Search by Japanese


Search by English Meaning

His head had been shattered by a savage blow from some heavy weapon.
I helped a little binding printouts that the student council will apparently use.
"No, no! That isn't the smiling face we are looking for." It was a 'smirk' either that or a 'sneer'.
He died a soldier's death in the battle in the cause of democracy.
He posed as my close friend.
His bearing was stiff and military.
The sky is gloomy and gray - a typical rainy-season sky.
Like a gentleman, he rose and offered her his seat.
We like to look feminine.
Kids can be kids.
I'm afraid this sounds like a demand, but could you return the money I lent you the other day?
It is getting quite spring like.
To all appearance it is true.
Shame be to him who thinks evil of it.
When I was very young, my father died. His younger brother, due to the vicissitudes of the times and to his own laziness, dissipated his own fortune and afterwards became a peddler of writing materials. He often came to our house, but when he came, my mother would scold him and he would be troubled.
The most important thing in life is to be yourself.
Kids should be smiling like how kids always do.
Don’t sit cross-legged. Sit like how girls should.
I am close to my students like friends but I act like a teacher in class.

This site uses the EDICT and KANJIDIC dictionary files. These files are the property of the Electronic Dictionary Research and Development Group, and are used in conformance with the Group's licence.