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欠点, けってん

  • ketten


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • faults
  • defect
  • weakness

Examples of 欠点,けってん in a Sentence

I love him despite his faults.
She has many faults.
She has a lot of faults. Still, I like her.
One is apt to think oneself faultless. State the facts as they are.
I love her all the more for her faults.
Despite all his faults, everybody likes him.
He is aware of his own fault.
I love him none the less for his faults.
He is blind to his own defects.
I do not love him the less for his faults.

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