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地, ち

  • chi


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun, used as a suffix

  • earth
  • ground
  • land
  • soil


  • place


  • territory


  • bottom (of a package, book, etc.)


  • earth (one of the five elements)

Examples of 地,ち in a Sentence

Her dress has white spots on a blue background.
The suit materials of this sort will not stand up well.
Adversity strengthens the foundations.
European civilization had its birth in these lands.
Which will be our final resting place.
Kamakura is a place noted in connection with the Genji family.
God is the creator. Heaven and Earth and people and everything apart from God are created.
He doesn't have his feet on the ground.
She reconciled herself to living there.
The mystery contains more dialogue than narrative.

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