両足, りょうそく, りょうあし, もろあし

  • ryōsoku,ryōashi,moroashi

Definition of 両足,りょうそく,りょうあし,もろあし

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • both feet

  • both legs

Examples of 両足,りょうそく,りょうあし,もろあし in a Sentence

かれら両足縛りあわせた。
They bound his legs together.
両足広く開いて立っていた
He stood with his feet wide apart.
両足開いて立っていた
He stood with his feet apart.
両足ぶらぶらさせながらいすに座っていた。
He sat on a chair with his legs dangling.
彼女両足麻痺している
She is paralyzed in both legs.
My legs ached after the long walk.
They bound her legs together.
あつかましいそのひざ両足伸ばした。
The impudent child extended her legs across my lap.
My father was taking a nap on the sofa, with his legs stretched toward the fire.
Keep both feet firmly on the ground.
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both, old Japanese coin, counter for carriages (e.g., in a train), two
leg, foot, be sufficient, counter for pairs of footwear

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