JLPT N2 Vocabulary

Definition:

equator

JLPT N2 vocabulary list

Learn Japanese vocabulary: 【せきどう】(sekidou)

Meaning: equator.

Type: Noun

Level: JLPT N2 Vocabulary

- Example Sentences

Each example sentence includes a Japanese furigana reading, the romaji reading, and the English translation.

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Example #1

エクアドルのキトはせきどうのすぐみなみにある。
Ekuadoru no Kito wa sekidou no sugu minami ni aru.
Quito, Ecuador, is a little south of the equator.
Example #2

そのくにのしゅとはせきどうかにある。
Sono kuni no shuto wa sekidou ka ni aru.
The capital of the state is right on the equator.
Example #3

そのいちはほぼせいかくにせきどうじょうにある。
Sono ichi wa hobo seikaku ni sekidoujou ni aru.
The city lies almost exactly on the equator.
Example #4

せきどうはちきゅうをふたつのはんきゅうにわける。
Sekidou wa chikyuu wo futatsu no hankyuu ni wakeru.
The equator divides the globe into two hemispheres.
Example #5

オーストラリアへのたびではじめてせきどうをこえた。
oosutoraria e no tabi de hajimete sekidou wo koeta.
I crossed the equator for the first time on my trip to Australia.