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Railroad crossing in Japanese 馃嚡馃嚨


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railroad crossing 銇点伩銇嶃倞
How to say “railroad crossing” in Japanese? “銇点伩銇嶃倞”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “銇点伩銇嶃倞” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on railroad crossing in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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銇点伩銇嶃倞 info.

Tips to Remember the Japanese Word
– Break it down: 銆屻伒銆 (fu) + 銆屻伩銆 (mi) + 銆屻亶銈娿 (kiri).
– Associate 銆屻伒銆 (fu) with "foot" as in crossing by foot.
– 銆屻伩銆 (mi) can remind you of "me" – crossing myself.
– 銆屻亶銈娿 (kiri) sounds like "cut," which can be linked to how rail crossings cut through roads.

Explanations
– The word 銆屻伒銇裤亶銈娿 (fumikiri) is composed of two kanji: 銆岃笍銆 (fumi, meaning "to step on" or "foot") and 銆屽垏銈娿 (kiri, meaning "cutting" or "crossing"). Together, it gives the sense of stepping across or crossing a place where a railroad cuts through.

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing
– 閴勯亾浜ゅ樊 (銇︺仱銇┿亞銇撱亞銇, tetsudou kousa): Railway crossing
– 閴勯亾韪忓垏 (銇︺仱銇┿亞銇点伩銇嶃倞, tetsudou fumikiri): Railroad crossing

Alternate Meanings and Slang
– There are no significant slang uses or alternate meanings for 銆屻伒銇裤亶銈娿 as it is a specific term referring to a railroad crossing.

Examples of Sentences
1. 銇濄伄銇点伩銇嶃倞銇仺銇︺倐鍗遍櫤銇с仚銆
– Sono fumikiri wa totemo n desu.
– That railroad crossing is very dangerous.

2. 姣庢湞銆佺銇亾銇伒銇裤亶銈娿倰娓°倞銇俱仚銆
– Maiasa, watashi wa kono fumikiri o watarimasu.
– Every morning, I cross this railroad crossing.

3. 銇傘伄銇点伩銇嶃倞銇繎銇忋伀浜嬫晠銇屻亗銈娿伨銇椼仧銆
– Ano fumikiri no chikaku ni jiko ga arimaa.
– There was an accident near that railroad crossing.

4. 闆昏粖銇屾潵銈嬨仺銇点伩銇嶃倞銇儛銉笺亴涓嬨倞銇俱仚銆
– Densha ga kuru to fumikiri no baa ga orimasu.
– When the train comes, the railroad crossing bars go down.

Romanized Characters
– Romaji: fumikiri

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