身振り, 身ぶり, 身振, みぶり

  • miburi
JLPT 1

Definition of 身振り,身ぶり,身振,みぶり

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • gesture
  • gesticulation
  • motion

Examples of 身振り,身ぶり,身振,みぶり in a Sentence

He made a gesture of impatience.
We often use gestures to convey simple messages.
我々身振り言語話した
We talked in sign language.
運転手から降りろと身振り要求した
The driver gestured him out.
We often use gestures to convey simple messages.
They communicate with each other by gesture.
They communicated with each other by gesture.
彼女身振り交えながら演説した
She accompanied her speech with gestures.
彼女身振り交えて話した。
She accompanied her words with gestures.
This gesture is familiar to young people.
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