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害, がい

  • gai


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • injury
  • harm
  • evil influence
  • damage

Examples of 害,がい in a Sentence

Wine is not harmful in itself.
Too much exercise does more harm than good.
I had difficulty convincing her of the dangers of smoking.
A long spell of rainy weather is harmful to plants.
Too much drinking may be hazardous to your health.
Do you think television does children harm?
This book will do more harm than good.
This book will do more harm than good.
Smoking does you harm.
Lack of exercise may harm your health.

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