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落石, らくせき

  • rakuseki


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • falling rocks
  • fallen rocks

Examples of 落石,らくせき in a Sentence

When you walk around here, you have to look out for falling rocks.
Falling rocks present a danger to climbers.
Fallen rocks cut off the only access to the village.
A fallen rock barred his way.
Fallen rocks closed the way.
The highway leading to the city is now free of fallen rocks.
They went on putting aside fallen stones.
They faced the peril of falling rocks.

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