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立ち, たち

  • tachi

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • stand

Examples of 立ち,たち in a Sentence

エイミーは立ち上がろう努力した
Amy made an effort to stand up.
Japan is still struggling to emerge from recession.
立ちそうものしか買わない。
He buys only what'll be useful for him.
The train was to crowded that I had to stand all the way to Ueno.
今にも開いたから飛び立ちそう思った
She thought they were about to fly out through the open window.
秋風立ち初める
An autumn breeze begins to blow.
The villagers were displaced by the construction of a dam.
That will do us a fat lot of good.
That will do us a fat lot of good.
These gadgets seem to be of no use.

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