Sign In


Recent Searches

Japanese Sentences with English Translations - ���������

Search by Japanese


Search by English Meaning

After seeing her provocative body, he became obsessed with her.
She was very annoyed with his nerve.
She has suffered from bad headaches for a long time.
She suffers from constant neuralgia.
Nobody knows what it is that has been bothering him so much.
They were burdened with heavy taxes.
He was assailed with doubts.
He used to suffer from stomach aches.
He always troubles himself about minor things.
His nagging distressed her.
He was always annoyed in the city by noises of one sort or another.
I'm tormented by the noise of traffic.
I sometimes suffer from pain in my lower back.
I was harried by mosquitoes last night.
My mother often suffers from headaches.
The mayor's family was harassed with threatening phone calls all day.
Children often bother their parents.
I'm suffering from a frozen shoulder.
Another tendency of many Japanese that bothers foreigners is to make statements that are too general and too broad by using or implying words like "all" and "every".
Whenever I go abroad, I suffer from jet lag and diarrhea.

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.