English-Japanese Sentences

Sentences with "british"
Found: 108

How can we buy British goods?   T38799
どうしたら英国商品が買えますか。   T201589
What is a typical British dinner?   T278769
典型的な英国の食事は何ですか。   T125224
Kenya used to be a British colony.   T62580
ケニアはかつてイギリスの植民地であった。   T225245
The architects of the British Empire.   T66565
イギリス帝国の建設者たち。   T229207
Can you take us to the British Museum?   T275576
大英博物館まで行ってくれますか。   T137660
He is proud of being a British subject.   T294065
彼は英国国民であることに誇りに思っている。   T109625
India was subject to the British Empire.   T65723
インドは大英帝国の支配下にあった。   T228367
At one time Nigeria was a British colony.   T36558
ナイジェリアはかつてイギリスの植民地であった。   T199356
I saw the treasures of the British Museum.   T259317
私は大英博物館の宝を見た。   T155222
Born in England, he speaks British English.   T294069
彼は英国生まれなので、イギリス英語を話す。   T109621
He is a British citizen but lives in India.   T294068
彼は英国人だがインドに住んでいる。   T109622
The British government is against the plan.   T66566
イギリス政府はその計画に反対です。   T229208
This is an instance of modern British life.   T55805
これは英国の現代生活のほんの一例だ。   T218492
British people are used to standing in queues.   T26130
英国人は列を作って並ぶのに慣れている。   T188983
He is a British teacher who teaches us English.   T297357
彼は私たちに英語を教えてくれるイギリス人の先生です。   T106329
Such a custom is characteristic of the British.   T51209
そういう習慣は英国人独特のものである。   T213921
The Japanese eat more beef than the British do.   T281732
日本人はイギリス人より牛肉を食べる。   T122271
While in London, he visited the British Museum.   T293384
彼はロンドンに滞在中に、大英博物館を訪れた。   T110304
Do you know who the British Ambassador to Japan is?   T277696
駐日英国大使はだれだか知っていますか。   T126296
I can't keep up with the recent British music scene.   T257656
私は最近イギリスの音楽の状況についていけない。   T156878
The British have a lot of respect for law and order.   T26131
英国人は法と秩序を大いに尊重する。   T188984
That is what the British people expect of their Queen.   T43071
それこそ、英国民が女王に期待していることなのです。   T205826
それこそ、英国民が女王に期待しているということなのです。   T205825
The United States was once part of the British Empire.   T241327
合衆国はかつて大英帝国の一部だった。   T173144
Friction between the Americans and the British mounted.   T320224
米国人とイギリス人との間の摩擦が高まった。   T83492
She is a British citizen but her native land is France.   T312703
彼女は英国の国民だが、生まれた国はフランスである。   T91011
British soccer fans sometimes get completely out of hand.   T66604
イギリスのサッカーファンはときどきまったく手に負えなくなる。   T229246
I never go to London without visiting the British Museum.   T255949
私はロンドンへ行けば必ず大英博物館を訪れる。   T158580
Let's get the low-down on the British Museum for our trip.   T325533
旅行で行く大英博物館について情報をかき集めよう。   T78185
British English differs from American English in many ways.   T66594
イギリス英語はアメリカ英語といろいろな点で異なる。   T229236
Just as the Americans like baseball, the British like cricket.   T67489
アメリカ人が野球を好むように、イギリス人はクリケットを好む。   T230124
It is said that some British people like a Japanese-style room.   T326506
和室が好きな英国人もいると言われます。   T77213
The British people in general are extremely fond of their pets.   T41204
たいていの英国人はペットがとても好きだ。   T203962
British and Japanese cars have steering wheels on the right side.   T66609
イギリスと日本の車はハンドルが右側にある。   T229251
Japanese and British people usually wait at a bus stop in a queue.   T281780
日本人や英国人は大抵バス停で列を作って待つ。   T122223
On being introduced to somebody, a British person often shakes hands.   T66578
イギリス人はしばしば、誰かに紹介されるとすぐ握手をする。   T229220
In British English, "to get the sack" means to be fired from your job.   T66597
イギリス英語では「to get the sack」は解雇されたことを意味する。   T229238
There are some differences between British English and American English.   T66595
イギリス英語とアメリカ英語との間にはいくらかの相違点がある。   T229237
The informants we used consisted of twenty Americans and twenty-one British.   T65720
インフォーマントはアメリカ人20人、イギリス人21人という構成である。   T228364
The population of London is much greater than that of any other British city.   T29283
ロンドンの人口は英国の他のどの都市よりもはるかに多い。   T192120
The British Parliament is divided into the House of Commons and the House of Lords.   T66591
イギリス国会は下院と上院とに分かれている。   T229233
And as with so many aspects of British life, there's a good historical reason for it.   T56044
これには、イギリスの生活のさまざまな面がそうであるように、もっともな歴史的理由があります。   T218729
Because of its origins, Canadian English has features of both American and British English.   T48763
その起源ゆえに、カナダ英語にはアメリカ英語とイギリス英語の両方の特徴がある。   T236966
A few Roman words crept into British usage.   T841116
No Translation   T841116
American-British relations showed improvement.   T804076
No Translation   T804076
British forces at this time were winning victories.   T804077
No Translation   T804077
British officers received their orders in April, 1775.   T804081
No Translation   T804081
British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain was forced to resign.   T804100
No Translation   T804100
British troops held that area.   T804054
No Translation   T804054
Choosing to fight for the British proved to be a mistake.   T804089
No Translation   T804089
Finally, on January eighth, the British attacked.   T804074
No Translation   T804074
Five hundred British soldiers had been captured.   T804082
No Translation   T804082
For two weeks, the British soldiers waited.   T804066
No Translation   T804066
General Montcalm attacked several British forts in 1757.   T804087
No Translation   T804087
German forces attacked British soldiers near Amiens, France.   T804091
No Translation   T804091
Hamilton protested against British rule.   T804061
No Translation   T804061
He's a British citizen, but he lives in India.   T723147
No Translation   T723147
He's got some very British phlegm.   T873412
No Translation   T873412
His public support for the British government was unpopular.   T804092
No Translation   T804092
I'm a British girl from Manchester.   T466645
No Translation   T466645
Imports of British goods increased.   T804060
No Translation   T804060
In 1764, the British Parliament approved the Sugar Act.   T804083
No Translation   T804083
In 1779, Spain entered the war against the British.   T804078
No Translation   T804078
Many had spent years in British factories.   T804064
No Translation   T804064
News of the British attack spread quickly.   T804065
No Translation   T804065
The American ships were stopped and searched in British waters.   T804097
No Translation   T804097
The British acted too late.   T804056
No Translation   T804056
The British ambassador liked Burr's plan.   T804062
No Translation   T804062
The British and American forces moved ahead.   T804071
No Translation   T804071
The British began with a land attack against Baltimore.   T804084
No Translation   T804084
The British believed the Americans were violating their law.   T804093
No Translation   T804093
The British captured Breed's Hill.   T804059
No Translation   T804059
The British climbed the hill.   T804053
No Translation   T804053
The British commander ordered his men to rest for the night.   T804094
No Translation   T804094
The British commander was forced to surrender.   T804068
No Translation   T804068
The British defeated the French in North America in 1763.   T804090
No Translation   T804090
The British defeated the French.   T804057
No Translation   T804057
The British experienced many problems fighting the war.   T804085
No Translation   T804085
The British finally retreated.   T804055
No Translation   T804055
The British forces were ordered to seize the weapons.   T804080
No Translation   T804080
The British foreign minister was always too busy to see him.   T804101
No Translation   T804101
The British fought hard and stopped the attack.   T804070
No Translation   T804070
The British government was angry.   T804058
No Translation   T804058
The British had military bases along New York's Hudson River.   T804095
No Translation   T804095
The British had more troops than the other side.   T804072
No Translation   T804072
The British people strongly opposed slavery.   T804067
No Translation   T804067
The British people turned to a new leader, Winston Churchill.   T804096
No Translation   T804096
The British shelling stopped at seven o'clock.   T804069
No Translation   T804069
The British ship was captured and brought to the United States.   T804098
No Translation   T804098
The British soldiers rested.   T804052
No Translation   T804052
The British started to attack from across the river.   T804079
No Translation   T804079
The British troops fought hard, but could not stop the Germans.   T804099
No Translation   T804099
The British withdrew, but attacked again the next year.   T804086
No Translation   T804086
The British would need strong leadership.   T804063
No Translation   T804063
The coastal ecosystem of British Columbia is rapidly declining.   T413353
No Translation   T413353
The flag had holes in it from the British shells.   T804075
No Translation   T804075
The people of Boston hated the British soldiers.   T804073
No Translation   T804073
They also refused to buy British goods.   T802412
No Translation   T802412
They called British supporters Tories.   T802396
No Translation   T802396
They captured more than three hundred British trade ships.   T802738
No Translation   T802738
They expected the British to win.   T802338
No Translation   T802338
They had just fought a war to end British rule.   T802733
No Translation   T802733
They shot at the British from behind trees.   T802474
No Translation   T802474
They would be killed if captured by the British.   T802628
No Translation   T802628
This shows that English isn't just for the British anymore.   T460257
No Translation   T460257
Twenty-five hundred British soldiers guarded the border.   T804088
No Translation   T804088
We took a tour of the British Parliament.   T681696
No Translation   T681696
Who's your favorite British author?   T908680
No Translation   T908680

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