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嫌, 厭, 厭や, いや, や

  • iya,ya


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • disagreeable
  • detestable
  • unpleasant
  • reluctant

Examples of 嫌,厭,厭や,いや,や in a Sentence

I don't want to lend or borrow.
Don't you find it unpleasant walking in the rain?
He thought to himself, "No!" Aloud he said, "Yes."
I dislike being alone.
He is being very polite today.
I am tired of hearing the same thing so often.
He is an unpleasant fellow.
The downside, well, it's how thoroughly work gets mixed up with my private life.
She didn't want to wash the dishes, but she made the best of it.
She doesn't like to use a writing brush.

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