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いい(たま)(ほう)ようなっ恵一(けいいち)(くん)
You throw a good ball nowadays, Keiichi.
GermanDu hast den Ball wirklich gut werfen gelernt, Keiichi.
(あか)(だま)(ひと)(しろ)(なか)紛れ込(まぎれこ)いる
A red ball is mixed in with the white ones.
(かれ)(がく)(たま)よう(あせ)()
Beads of sweat stood on his forehead.
FrenchIl y avait des gouttes de sueur sur son front.
(かれ)(がく)(たま)よう(あせ)()かん
There were beads of sweat on his forehead.
ガリレオ(ふた)(てつ)(たま)(とう)てっぺんから()とし
Galileo dropped two iron balls from the top of the tower.
(ちち)(わたし)(おとうと)掌中(しょうちゅう)(たま)ようかわいがっ
My brother was the apple of my father's eye.
(わたし)たち(こい)しゃぼん(だま)ようはかなかっ
Our love affair was as short-lived as a soap-bubble.
(かれ)(はだか)背中(せなか)(うで)(たま)よう(あせ)かい
His naked back and arms were beaded with sweat.
テニスピンポンバックハンド()(たま)()(さい)(ぎゃく)()なる
In tennis and ping-pong backhand the hand is turned backwards in making the stroke.
どうして()(えん)(だま)()(じゅう)(えん)(だま)真ん中(まんなか)(あな)あいいる
Why do the five yen coin and the fifty yen coin have holes in the center?
Spanish¿Por qué las monedas de cinco y cincuenta yenes tienen un agujero en el centro?
()(はち)(ちょう)口八丁(くちはっちょう)(かれ)けど(まこと)ない(たま)(きず)
He works fast and is very articulate but his insincerity is his biggest defect.
羽子板(はごいた)()(はね)(たま)むくろじという大木(たいぼく)(しゅ)です
The feathered balls you hit with a battledore are the seeds of a large tree called 'soapberry'.
自爆(じばく)テロ(はん)ベナジル・ブット(もと)首相(しゅしょう)()発砲(はっぽう)(たま)それ
The suicide bomber fired towards former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, but missed.
こいつそんな(たま)じゃないことなんてとう(むかし)()から
That's because, you see, I've known he isn't that sort of person from a long time back.
(わたし)たち(たま)()たる()かっので階下(かいか)()()いっ
We were afraid that we might be hit by a bullet, so we ran downstairs.
PolishBaliśmy się, że dostaniemy kulkę, więc zbiegliśmy do piwnicy.
ボーラ()(にぎ)ないほう(はじ)2つ(いし)(たま)(なが)ひもから成り立(なり)いる
Bolas are made up of a long cord with two stone balls at the free ends.
王手(おうて)かけられほう(たま)()げるなど方法(ほうほう)王手(おうて)(ふせ)なりませ
The checked player must find a way for the king to escape and block the check.
(いち)(えん)(だま)(みず)()かせそこ磁石(じしゃく)ゆっくり(ちか)づける一円(いちえん)(だま)磁石(じしゃく)(ちか)づく
If you float a one yen coin on water and move a magnet slowly towards it then the coin will approach the magnet.
Chinese把一日元硬币浮在水上,将磁石慢慢向其靠近,于是一日元硬币向磁石靠近。
SpanishSi dejas una moneda de un yen flotando en el agua y le acercas lentamente un imán, entonces la moneda se acercará al imán.
フレッド忍耐(にんたい)(しん)というものまるでないから(かれ)カンシャク(だま)破裂(はれつ)せるわけない
Fred has very little patience, and it doesn't take much to make him fly off the handle.
シャラポアショットとても(はや)です・・・(はや)(たま)というその(ぶん)(はや)ボール()くるです
Sharapova's shots are very fast but...a fast ball means that it will come back that much faster.
ボス玉石混交(ぎょくせきこんこう)グループ()けれど(おれ)(たま)それとも(いし)
The boss said this group is a real mixed bag. I wonder if he places me with the wheat or the chaff.
(えん)(だま)(えん)(だま)しか使(つか)ないので(わたし)小銭(こぜに)(さが)見当(みあ)たらない
It would only take 100 or 500 yen coins, so I search for change but don't find any.
PolishPasują tylko monety 100- lub 500-jenowe, więc szukałem drobnych, ale nie mam.
俗説(ぞくせつ)(たま)レタス4(ぶん)1程度(ていど)()べる(ねむ)なる()韓国(かんこく)仕事(しごと)(まえ)ドライバー()いけない食べ物(たべもの)として()いる
In Korea, there's a popular theory that says that: "If you eat a quarter of an Iceberg lettuce, you will fall asleep". Thus, amongst truck drivers in Korea, lettuce is known as something that should not be eaten before work.
FrenchSelon le folklore local, on dit que : "Si tu manges un quart de laitue iceberg, tu t'endormiras". En Corée, la laitue est donc considérée comme une nourriture qu'il ne faut pas manger avant le travail par les conducteurs de camion.
PolishW Korei uważa się, że po zjedzeniu ćwiartki sałaty lodowej człowiek robi się śpiący, więc kierowcy wiedzą, że nie wolno jej jeść przed pracą.

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