字, あざ

  • aza
JLPT 1

Definition of 字,あざ

noun (common) (futsuumeishi), suffix

  • section of village

Examples of 字,あざ in a Sentence

彼女上手
She has good handwriting.
彼女がとても上手
She has very neat handwriting.
彼女すごくうまい。
She writes a very good hand.
You'll strain your eyes trying to read in this light.
There is need for improvement in your handwriting.
She writes an excellent hand.
You'll strain your eyes trying to read in this light.
彼女十分読める
She is well able to read.
His writing is impossible to read.
下手
His handwriting is poor.
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