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悪意, あくい

  • akui

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • ill will
  • spite
  • evil intention

Definition

  • bad meaning

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • (criminal) malice

Definition

  • mala fides (criminal intent to deceive)

Examples of 悪意,あくい in a Sentence

あなたの周りの人々普通行い悪意ある考えてはいけない。
Don't read evil intentions into the ordinary actions of people around you.
She didn't do it out of malice.
I bear him no malice.
彼女はあなたに悪意など持っていなかった
She bore no malice against you.
She bears malice toward our group.
Did I hurt your feelings? I meant no harm.
ベンは悪意からばらまいた
Ben spread a rumor about me out of malice.
悪意ない
I mean you no harm.
悪意抱いている
He bears ill will against me.
悪意ないだ。
It is a white lie.

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