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駱駝, らくだ

  • rakuda

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • camel

Examples of 駱駝,らくだ in a Sentence

このらくだよくなれているからだれが乗って大丈夫です
This camel is so tame that anyone can ride it.
ラクダ背中こぶ大量ためることできる
A camel can store a large amount of water in the hump on its back.
ラクダ中東大変有用あることは言うまもない。
It goes without saying that camels are very useful in the Middle East.
ぎりぎり重荷負ったラクダわら1本でも積ませたら参ってしまう
It is the last straw that breaks the camel's back.
Camels are often used to travel in the desert.
ラクダは、いわば砂漠です
A camel is, so to speak, a ship on the desert.
Our journey by camel was quite an experience.
A long train of camels was moving to the west.
In the desert we were independent of camels.
In the desert, camels are more important than cars for transportation.

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