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他意, たい

  • tai


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • ill will
  • malice
  • another intention
  • secret purpose
  • ulterior motive
  • fickleness
  • double-mindedness

Examples of 他意,たい in a Sentence

I don't know her and I don't think I want to.
It's an attractive price, for this sort of device.
I want to try my best for as long as I am physically able to.
Is there anybody who would like to go see a live concert of Lady Gaga with me?
Brace yourselves! From today I'm learning the piano. Why? Because I want to become a music teacher!
Why have you started learning to play the piano? "Because I want to be a music teacher."
Take the child away into the forest; I never want to see her again. Kill her, and bring me back this handkerchief soaked in her blood as proof.
It was the sort of weird car that made me want to blurt out, "what the heck is that?"
約束するよ!」と言いたいに、「You have my word」と言えばよりネイティブっぽくなります
When you want to say "I promise", if you say "koko ni chikaimasu" you'll sound more like a native.
When I'm with a crying baby, I end up wanting to cry myself!

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