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Words — 24 found

Noun
1. stream; current; flow
2. course of events
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3. Flow
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Ichidan verb, intransitive verb
1. to stream; to flow (liquid, time, etc.); to run (ink)
    セーヌ
  • かわ
  • パリ
  • ながれ流れている
  • The Seine flows through Paris.
2. to be washed away; to be carried
  • とうじ当時
  • きれいな
  • みず
  • この
  • かわ
  • にも
  • なが流れていた
  • Pure water was washed away to this river as well at that time.
3. to drift; to float (e.g. clouds); to wander; to stray
4. to sweep (e.g. rumour, fire); to spread; to circulate
    ジャネット
  • デイブ
  • あやしい
  • という
  • うわさ
  • なが流れた
  • Word got around that Jeanette and Dave were having an affair.
5. to be heard (e.g. music); to be played
  • その
  • ニュース
  • ちょうど
  • ラジオ
  • なが流れた
  • ところ
  • The news has just come on the radio.
6. to lapse (e.g. into indolence, despair)
7. to pass; to elapse; to be transmitted
8. to be called off; to be forfeited
9. to disappear; to be removed
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Noun
1. shooting star; falling star; meteorAstronomy, etc. term, See also 流星 りゅうせい
2. star (white patch on the forehead of a horse)See also 星月 ほしづき
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3. Nagareboshi
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Godan verb with mu ending, intransitive verb
1. to flow into; to pour into; to stream into
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Godan verb with su ending
1. to flow out; to stream out; to pour out; to gush forth; to leak; to ooze out; to drift away
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Ichidan verb
1. to flow out; to stream out; to pour out; to gush forth; to leak; to ooze out; to drift away
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なが
Expression, Godan verb with mu ending
1. to be descended from; to be drawn from (the tradition of); to be derived from; to follow the school (tradition) of
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Kanji — 1 found

1.2213296499581985
10 strokes. JLPT N3. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 3.
current, a sink, flow, forfeit
On: リュウ
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Sentences — 149 found

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    • こういう
    • なが流れ
    • になる
    • けっきょく結局
    • どんぐりのせいくらどんぐりの背比べ
    • になる
    Once things start going this way, in the end they'll all be much of a muchness. Tatoeba
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