Resources > Japanese Dictionary

仰向け, あお向け, あおむけ

  • aomuke


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • face up

Examples of 仰向け,あお向け,あおむけ in a Sentence

He fainted and fell on his back.
According to the newspaper, the boy was knocked unconscious and lay on his back with his eyes closed.
If you sleep on your back it's easier for your upper airway to be obstructed because your tongue, uvula, etc. slip towards the back of your throat.
OK, now turn to your right, a little further, a little further... good. Now lie still on your back.
As a boy I used to lie on my back on the grass and look at the white clouds.
Was he lying on his back?
He fell backward.
He lay on his back.
He lay on his back on the bed.
He was lying on his back, looking at the sky.

Related Study Lists

  • Gathered words, phrases and such from various books, films, music etc. Will be updating and adding often.
  • Random phrases I learnt in the streets in Osaka
Learn Japanese Online

Start Learning Japanese Now

Get Started
The Nihongo Master Podcast

Want to learn Japanese on the go?

Download our podcast to get all of our episodes featuring free Japanese lessons, news, and entertainment.

Download Now