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蝙蝠, こうもり, かわほり, へんぷく

  • kōmori,kawahori,henpuku

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • bat (animal)

Definition

  • umbrella

Definition

  • opportunist

Examples of 蝙蝠,こうもり,かわほり,へんぷく in a Sentence

あれが蝙蝠です
Is that a bat?
A bat is not a bird, but a mammal.
蝙蝠はとりはない。それがそうないのと同じ
A bat is not a bird any more than a fish is.
こうもりは獲物捕え、に寝ます。
A bat hunts food and eats at night, but sleeps during the day.
こうもりはたいてい暗闇飛ぶ
Bats usually fly in the dark.
Bats are mammals, just like us.
A bat is no more a bird than a rat.
ねずみがでないのと同様に蝙蝠ではない
A bat is no more a bird than a rat is.
No wonder we associate bats with dark places.
飛んでいる蝙蝠のように見えますね。
A bat flying in the sky looks like a butterfly.

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