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遠い, とおい

  • tōi


adjective (keiyoushi)

  • far
  • distant

Examples of 遠い,とおい in a Sentence

His house is not far from here.
Their house is far from the station.
They dance in circles to communicate a short distance, and shake their bodies and dart back and forth to indicate a longer distance.
He is my distant relation.
His car broke down in remote countryside.
My house is a long way from here.
I had not gone far before I met him.
His farm is remote from any town.
The place where he lives is far from town.
The scene was a tiny mountain village in a remote section of West Virginia.

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