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点, ちょぼ, ぼち, ぼつ, チョボ

  • chobo,bochi,botsu,chobo

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • dot
  • point
  • mark

Definition

  • gidayuu musicians (in kabuki)

Examples of 点,ちょぼ,ぼち,ぼつ,チョボ in a Sentence

I can see the tiniest spot.
Our team is two points ahead.
合格した生徒つけて下さい
Will you put a dot before the names of the successful students?
I'm going to have two pieces in her gallery.
He thinks of everything in terms of money.
When the teacher is very strict, the students must mind their P's and Q's.
Rows of houses, each of them different and pleasing with their spacious gardens, are replaced by purely functional blocks of flats which have nothing more to commend them than over-praised 'modern conveniences'.
あなたが間違っている数カ所ある
There are a few points where you are mistaken.
I'm afraid I differ with you on this point.
あなたの時計より優れている
Your watch is superior in quality to mine.

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