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ほふく前進, 匍匐前進, ほふくぜんしん

  • hofukuzenshin


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • crawling along

Examples of ほふく前進,匍匐前進,ほふくぜんしん in a Sentence

Crawl forward is done much more agilely - scuttle like a cockroach!
Where in all Japan is there a school that has 'advance at the crawl' in P.E.?!
You've sprained your ankle and can't walk can you? "No, I'm fine! I can move forward at a crawl!"
We crept toward the enemy.

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