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Translation of "sake" - English-Japanese dictionary

sake

noun   /seɪk/
for the sake of someone
in order to help or please someone ~のために He asked her to stay for the sake of the children.
for goodness/heaven’s sake!
something you say when you are angry about something まったくもう!(いらだった時に使う) For goodness sake, come here!
(Definition of sake from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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