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断念, だんねん

  • dannen


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • abandoning (hope, plans)
  • giving up

Examples of 断念,だんねん in a Sentence

Accordingly I gave up my plans.
He gave up the plan for economic reasons.
Why did you give up the idea of learning French?
Weakness brought on by a number of respiratory ailments had forced him just last week to announce that he was giving up his conducting career.
Now that pessimism prevails, the executive will abandon the project.
If I should fail again, I would give up the plan.
She gave up her plans against her will.
The sea got rough, so that we had to give up fishing.
Today's paper reports that the premier has given up the idea of visiting America.
Because of the bad weather, any thought of sight-seeing in the city was abandoned.

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