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Stroke Order Diagram for 新幹線

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English Meaning(s) for 新幹線

  1. bullet train (very high speed); Shinkansen

Definition and Synonyms for 新幹線

Bullet Train a high-speed passenger train
Synonyms: 新幹線

Meanings for each kanji in 新幹線

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Categories 新幹線 is a member of

Passenger Train a train that carries passengers
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Sample Sentences for 新幹線

I bumped into an old friend for the first time in ten years on the Shinkansen the other day.
Traffic was also disrupted including the suspension of the Akita, Tohoku bullet train.
The New Tokaido Line was completed in 1964.
The bullet train we were on pulled out at 12 sharp.
I love the scenery viewable from the Shinkansen.

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in the upper left part of the shin kanji, do you have to keep spaces between the lines, i mean would it make a difference for example for students in japan, or is it just a mater of taste?

#1 Posted by Adachi over 3 years ago

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