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Meaning of 転

revolve, turn around, change





Learn Japanese kanji: 【 テン / ころ(がる) 】

Meaning: revolve, turn around, change.

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Example #1

koronde kega o shimashita.
I fell down and got injured.
Example #2

jitensha de koronda.
I fell off my bicycle.
Example #3

watashi wa gakou he iku tochuu de korobimashita.
I fell over on my way to school.
Example #4

nihon de wa kaiten sushi wa totemo ninki ga arimasu.
Conveyor belt sushi restaurants are very popular in Japan.
Example #5

kono untenshu wa unten ga heta da.
This driver has poor driving skills.
Example #6

haha wa unten menkyoshou o motteiru ga, unten wa shinai.
My mother has a driver's license, but she doesn't drive.
Example #7

kodomotachi ga ookina yuki no tama o korogashiteita.
The children were rolling a big snowball.
Example #8

koujou wa hokkaidou he itenshita.
The factory has been transferred to Hokkaido.
Example #9

konna ishi nara sono hen ni ikura demo korogatteiru.
There are rocks like this lying about anywhere around here.

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