CorrectHit, right, appropriate, himself
Some mothers use a small broom to hit their children when they misbehave.
Here is a weird carnival game where you hold a broom like a javelin and throw it, trying to hit the center of a very small target. The target is so small, in fact, that if someone does manage to hit it, the operator turns in surprise and says, Whoa, really?! (本当?!).
Hit the Atari (当たり) joystick; its a small hand-held broom- like device which you can use to hit and sweep off the enemies with. Tootal (とう) destruction! (Readings: あ(たり), とう).
RPG: Your first weapon in the game is a Small Broomstick. Use >> Attack Enemy >> You Hit the Enemy for 40 Damage! (Imagine the two little sparks emerging from the broom as it hits your enemy).
This kanji is a pictograph. The three little lines on the top show the force of the impact, as the broom hits the floor in a devastating downward strike. Imagine a scene from a manga, where some irate person has just savagely attacked something with a broom.
Id hit it (with my little broomstick)!
HIT a LITTLE mouse with a LITTLE BROOM.
These small 小 antenna-wearing pigs 彐 were introducing are sure to be a big hit. Claims that they could run amok and take over the world are simply not true. 本当、ほんとう, true, real: それは本当の話ですか, Is that really a true story? 本当にそう思いますか, Do you really think so?; 弁当、べんとう, box lunch; 当たる、あたる, 当てる、あてる, hit, be on target.
Reality — truth, reality, actuality, fact
To be hit — to be hit, to strike
A Success — hit
Really — really, truly
To Be Found — to be found
Natural — natural, reasonable, obvious
Phonetic Kanji — kanji used as a phonetic symbol, instead of for the meaning, phonetic equivalent character, substitute character
Natural — natural, as a matter of course, justified, deserved, reasonable
Appropriate — suitable, proper, appropriate, adequate, fit, fair
In charge — being in charge, being responsible
Bento — bento, japanese box lunch
Proper — proper, reasonable, right, appropriate
Correspond — corresponding to, being applicable to, being relevant to, coming under, falling under, fulfilling, meeting, qualifying for
Our city is free from air pollution.
Your behavior is quite out of place.
Our hotel accommodates 2000 guests.
There are a great number of schools in this city.
There are many bridges in this city.
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