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例え, 譬え, 喩え, たとえ

  • tatoe


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • example


  • simile
  • metaphor
  • allegory
  • fable
  • parable

Examples of 例え,譬え,喩え,たとえ in a Sentence

A fish out of water is a metaphor for being unable to use your talents due to a change of environment.
Even if the sun were to rise in the west, I would not change my mind.
Be a man ever so rich, he mustn't be idle.
No matter how cold it is outside, the rooms are comfortably heated.
No matter where you go, I will follow you.
Even if the sun were to rise in the west, I would not change my mind.
I'll follow you, come hell or high water.
Even if it takes you three years, you must accomplish your goal.
That means that even if they only have two children each, the population will continue to grow rapidly.
Go through fire and water.

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