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テーブルひじ()やめなさい
Stop resting your elbows on the table.
GermanHör auf, deine Ellbogen auf dem Tisch abzustützen.
PolishNie opieraj łokci na stole.
やぶ()(へび)だす
Let sleeping dogs lie.
我々(われわれ)食料(しょくりょう)(そこ)()
Our supply of food is exhausted.
PolishSkończyło się nam jedzenie.
(とり)たち地面(じめん)つついいる
Birds are pecking at the grounds.
(かれ)ひじ(わたし)脇腹(わきばら)つつい
He elbowed me in the ribs.
(やぶ)つついヘビ()
It's not good to wake a sleeping snake.
PolishNie wywołuj wilka z lasu.
もうすぐトム貯金(ちょきん)(そこ)()
Tom's savings will soon run out.
PolishOszczędności Toma wkrótce się wyczerpią.
(はり)親指(おやゆび)()しまっ
I pricked my thumb with a needle.
GermanIch habe mich mit der Nadel in den Daumen gestochen.
SpanishMe pinché el pulgar con una aguja.
彼女(かのじょ)ころんひじつい
She hurt her elbow when she fell down.
SpanishSe lastimó su codo cuando se cayó.
(かれ)演説(えんぜつ)(みじか)要点(ようてん)つい
His speech was brief and to the point.
(かれ)(わたし)つつい(さき)()合図(あいず)
He nudged me to go ahead.
FrenchIl me poussa du coude à poursuivre.
ヒヨコえさ(さが)地面(じめん)つついいる
The chickens were scratching for food on the ground.
珍客(ちんきゃく)(にち)いれ(はな)つく
Even a rare guest wears out his welcome after three days.
GermanSogar einen seltenen Gast kann man nach drei Tagen nicht mehr riechen.
(かれ)(はなし)(みじか)要点(ようてん)ついものでし
His speech was brief and to the point.
ふたあけ瞬間(しゅんかん)ツーン悪臭(あくしゅう)(はな)つく
The instant I open the lid an offensive smell greets my nose.
FrenchÀ peine ai-je soulevé le couvercle, voilà qu'une mauvaise odeur me monte au nez.
警察(けいさつ)その(おとこ)身元(みもと)()とめる(こと)できなかっ
The police could not establish the identity of the man.
強盗(ごうとう)遺留(いりゅう)(ひん)(ひと)から()とめられ
The burglar was traced by one of the things he had left on the scene.
(かれ)あご片手(かたて)もたせ食卓(しょくたく)ひじ()()
He sat at the table with his chin cupped in one hand.
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'.
まっすぐすわりかいおけつつく動物(どうぶつ)よう(さら)(うえ)かがみこまない
He sits upright, not crouched over his plate like an animal at a feeding trough.
きつつき(なが)()くちばし()(みき)つつい(なか)いる(むし)()ます
Woodpeckers peck tree trunks with their long pointed beaks and eat insects found there.
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