English-Japanese Sentences

Sentences with "washington"
Found: 44

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He will be a Washington someday.   T289022
彼はいつかワシントンのような人になるでしょう。   T114649
George Washington was born in 1732.   T52980
ジョージ・ワシントンは1732年に生まれた。   T215678
He is a clerk at the Bank of Washington.   T293430
彼はワシントン銀行の職員です。   T110258
What time's the next train to Washington?   T264236
次のワシントン行きは何時ですか。   T150321
Cherry trees are now in bloom in Washington.   T29138
ワシントンでは今桜が咲いている。   T191976
New York is accessible by train from Washington.   T35902
ニューヨークはワシントンから列車でいける。   T198709
My uncle lived in Washington, D. C. for two years.   T251176
私の叔父はワシントンに2年間住んでいました。   T163336
Excuse me, does this train go to Washington Square?   T51477
すみません。この電車はワシントン広場へいきますか。   T214186
I'm staying at my friend's house in Washington City.   T367772
ワシントン市の友人宅に泊まります。   T191974
Tokyo seems to have got the message from Washington.   T281790
日本政府は米国の真意が分かっているようだ。   T122213
Have you ever been to the U.S. capital of Washington?   T69438
あなたは合衆国の首都ワシントンに行ったことがありますか。   T232072
The President leaves Washington for Paris next month.   T275920
大統領は来月ワシントンにたってパリへ行きます。   T137317
We got to Washington in time for the cherry blossoms.   T248757
私たちは桜が見頃のうちにワシントンに着いた。   T165748
I visited Washington and then went to New York this next week.   T255960
私はワシントンを訪れてその翌週ニューヨークへ行った。   T158569
Which is the capital of the United States, Washington or New York?   T29137
ワシントンとニューヨークのどちらが、合衆国の首都ですか。   T191975
George Washington was the first President of the United States of America.   T52933
ジョージワシントンはアメリカの初代大統領でした。   T215631
Then we visited Washington, D.C., the capital of the United States of America.   T43165
それから私たちは、アメリカ合衆国の首都ワシントンを訪れた。   T205919
It is essential that some kind of compromise be reached between Pyongyang and Washington.   T327253
ピョンヤンとワシントンの間で何らかの妥協に至ることが不可欠だ。   T76467
Abraham Lincoln went back to Washington that night.   T805450
No Translation   T805450
Al Gore was born in Washington, DC.   T804269
No Translation   T804269
And how are things in Washington?   T879668
No Translation   T879668
George Washington arrived the day before.   T807408
No Translation   T807408
He even criticized George Washington.   T803115
No Translation   T803115
He was forced to return to Washington.   T803139
No Translation   T803139
In Washington, no one knew what to expect.   T805314
No Translation   T805314
It was bitterly cold in Washington.   T805286
No Translation   T805286
Lincoln returned to Washington.   T805430
No Translation   T805430
Our campaign was not hatched in the halls of Washington.   T330440
No Translation   T330440
Preparations had to be made for the move to Washington.   T804048
No Translation   T804048
She would go with him to Washington.   T803106
No Translation   T803106
The atmosphere in Washington became very tense.   T807599
No Translation   T807599
The capital of the United States of America is Washington D.C.   T586901
No Translation   T586901
The president left Washington in early September.   T807668
No Translation   T807668
The president was forced to return to Washington.   T807669
No Translation   T807669
The United States government operates in Washington D.C.   T681091
No Translation   T681091
Thousands of men were on their way to Washington.   T807674
No Translation   T807674
Voice of America broadcasts from Washington.   T680439
No Translation   T680439
Washington is the capital of the United States.   T859813
No Translation   T859813
Washington often thought of the future.   T807376
No Translation   T807376
Washington was the most famous man in America.   T807577
No Translation   T807577
Washington was worried.   T806842
No Translation   T806842
Washington's army has captured Trenton.   T805379
No Translation   T805379
You can get from Washington to New York by train.   T795180
No Translation   T795180
You can go from Washington to New York by train.   T795176
No Translation   T795176

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