JLPT N2 Vocabulary

Definition:

footprints

JLPT N2 vocabulary list

Learn Japanese vocabulary: 【あしあと】(ashiato)

Meaning: footprints.

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

このあしあとはかれのものにちがいない。
kono ashiato wa kare no mono ni chigainai.
There's no mistaking these footprints belong to him.
Example #2

ゆかにどろのあしあとをつけないでください。
yuka ni doro no ashiato wo tsukenaide kudasai.
Don't track the floor with mud!
Example #3

どうぶつのあしあとがいたるところにあった。
doubutsu no ashiato ga itaru tokoro ni atta.
Animal paw prints were everywhere.
Example #4

はんにんはあしあとをのこっていた。
hannin wa ashiato wo nokoshite ita.
The criminal left footprints.
Example #5

かれらはそのあしあとをおってもりのなかへはいっていった。
karera wa sono ashiato wo otte mori no naka e haitte itta.
They followed the tracks into the wood.