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鉄道, てつどう

  • tetsudō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • railroad

Examples of 鉄道,てつどう in a Sentence

We contracted to build a railway.
It's dangerous to walk on railway lines.
The Siberian Railway is at once the longest and best known railway in the world.
A new means of communication was developed — the railway.
There were no railroads at that time in Japan.
A railroad was constructed in this town.
They are planning to extend the railroad to the next town.
A network of railroads spreads all over Japan.
The surveyor could also advise the promoters which route could be most easily—and therefore most cheaply—constructed.
The cost of the air fare is higher than of the rail fare.

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