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浅い, あさい

  • asai


adjective (keiyoushi)

  • shallow
  • superficial

Examples of 浅い,あさい in a Sentence

This river becomes shallow at that point.
I'm a light sleeper.
When people are being put into a hypnotic state for the first time I often, after placing them in a very light hypnotic state, wake them and ask them to compare their wakening state to that when hypnotised.
He leaped over the shallow ditch.
The river is shallow here - we can walk across.
The river was shallow at that point.
The stream becomes shallower as you move upriver.
It's still shallow, eh. My feet still touch the bottom. "It's quite a shallow beach. Yotsuba, you can still touch the bottom can't you?"
The stout man leaped over the shallow ditch and stumbled.
The curriculum of this school is wide and shallow.

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