肉眼, にくがん, にくげん

  • nikugan,nikugen

Definition of 肉眼,にくがん,にくげん

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • naked eye

Buddhist term

  • the physical eye

Related Kanji

meat
eyeball

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Examples of 肉眼,にくがん,にくげん in a Sentence

You can see the stars with your naked eye, and even better through a telescope.
It's still impossible with the naked eye. With binoculars you might be able to glimpse it....
Minute particles are hardly visible to the naked eye.
その必ずしも肉眼見えるわけはない。
We cannot necessarily see the star with the naked eye.
The star is so bright as to be seen with the naked eye.
Some stars are hardly visible to the naked eye.
Bacteria are invisible to the naked eye.
We cannot necessarily see the star with the naked eye.

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