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北, きた

  • kita


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • north

Examples of 北,きた in a Sentence

The ship is bearing due north.
From the North Country is a TV drama produced by Fuji TV and set in Furano in Hokkaido.
The wind is blowing from the north.
If you face north, the east is on your right.
The village lies 20 miles north of this town.
We went due north.
In the north, there's Scotland; in the south, England; in the west, Wales; and further west, Northern Ireland.
There was a cold wind blowing from the north.
In North America it is against the law to fail to fasten your seatbelt.
It is quite common in North America for homes to have a one- or two-car garage.

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