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Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 両 (ryou)

Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 両 (ryou)

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MEANING:

both, old Japanese coin, two

HOW TO READ:

On: ryou
Kun: teru, futatsu

WORDS:

両親 (ryoushin): parents
両手 (ryoute): both hands
両面 (ryoumen): both sides
両腕 (ryouude): both arms
両耳 (ryoumimi): both ears
両者 (ryousha): pair, both persons
両替 (ryougae): money exchange
両方 (ryouhou): both, both sides
両眼 (ryougan): both eyes
両家 (ryouke): both families
両立 (ryouritsu): coexistence
両端 (ryoutan): both ends
両様 (ryouyou): both ways
両国 (ryoukoku): both countries
両足 (ryouashi): both feet
両軍 (ryougun): both armies
両脇 (ryouwaki): both sides
両岸 (ryougan): both banks (of a river)


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EXAMPLE SENTENCES:

私は両親と一緒に住んでいる。
watashi wa ryoushin to issho ni sunde iru.
I’m living with my parents.

彼女の両手には沢山の指輪をはめていた。
kanojo no ryoute niwa takusan no yubiwa o hamete ita.
Her hands were covered with rings.

両耳を完全にふさいでください。
ryoumimi o kanzen ni fusaide kudasai.
Please cover both your ears completely.

問題の両面を見る癖はいいかげんやめたら?
mondai no ryoumen o miru kuse wa ii kagen yametara.
Will you stop seeing both sides of questions?

私はこの両者に多くの類似の点を見いだした。
watashi wa kono ryousha ni ooku no ruiji no ten o miidashita.
I found many points of similarity between these two.

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