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罰金, ばっきん

  • bakkin


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • fine
  • penalty

Examples of 罰金,ばっきん in a Sentence

Parking fines are very costly.
It seems that the stuff about the fine was made up.
The women will fine the man.
She was fined 10 dollars for that.
Littering in this facility is subject to a maximum fine of $500.
Such an offence is punished by a fine and/or imprisonment.
They fine you in Singapore if you throw trash in the streets.
I was fined thirty dollars for speeding.
I was fined a dollar.
The penalty for spitting is five pounds.

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