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馬車, ばしゃ

  • basha

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • (horse-drawn) coach
  • carriage
  • wagon
  • cart

Examples of 馬車,ばしゃ in a Sentence

Automobiles replaced carriages.
The old man prefers horse carriages to cars.
Carriages gradually disappeared with the advent of the motorcar.
そしてまもなくそれら道路どんどん増えていき馬車減っていきました。
Pretty soon there were more of them on the road and fewer carriages pulled by horses.
つなぐな。
Don't put the cart before the horse.
The horse and buggy is now definitely out of date.
A fanatic threw a bomb at the king's coach.
むこうすてきな馬車行くよ。
There goes a wonderful coach over there.

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