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大木, たいぼく

  • taiboku
JLPT LEVEL 2

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • large tree

Examples of 大木,たいぼく in a Sentence

大木避難した
We took refuge behind a big tree.
There used to be a large cedar tree there.
In California are the famous big trees, or "forest kings" as they are called.
The light is completely blocked out by the big tree.
運転していると、大木に倒れていてじゃまになっていた。
A big tree had fallen across the road and was in my way as I drove.
子板突くは「むくろじという大木す。
The feathered balls you hit with a battledore are the seeds of a large tree called 'soapberry'.
はその大木切り倒した
He cut down the big tree with an ax.
大木折らる
Tall trees catch much wind.
大木倒れた。
A big tree has fallen in the storm.
野原大木落雷あった
A big tree in the field was struck by lightning.

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