耳, みみ

  • mimi
JLPT 5

Definition of 耳,みみ

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • ear

  • hearing

  • edge
  • crust

  • selvedge (non-fray machined edge of fabrics)
  • selvage

Examples of 耳,みみ in a Sentence

彼女不自由人々のための学校通っている
She goes to a school for the deaf.
なにか女のささやいた
He whispered something in her ear.
If you go underwater, hold your nose and blow to clear your ears.
What Alice, waiting for a reply, was faced with was a sudden howl. It was a resounding noise, sharp as to burst her ear drums, loud as to reach unto the heavens.
I am all ears.
She closed her ears to what he was saying.
なぜ、あなたのそんなに大きいの?
Why are your ears so big?
彼女はまだ残っている
Her voice still rings in my ears.
彼女つけ根まで赤くなった。
She colored up to her temples.
Then they picked dandelions and put them in their ears.
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