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How to say I Hate You In Japanese?

KanjiHiraganaKatakana
嫌いきらいキライ
Pronunciation: kirai
How to Say It Outloud: ah-nah-tah gah kee-rah-ee
Usage: Commonly used to express dislike, though it may not convey the strong sentiment of 'hate' as in English.
Example Sentence Japanese:あなたが嫌いです。
Example Sentence English:I hate you.
KanjiHiraganaKatakana
憎むにくむニクム
Pronunciation: nikumu
How to Say It Outloud: ah-nah-tah oh nee-koo-moo
Usage: A stronger, more intense word than 'kirai,' used for expressing deep hatred.
Example Sentence Japanese:私はあなたを憎む。
Example Sentence English:I hate you.
KanjiHiraganaKatakana
大嫌いだいきらいダイキライ
Pronunciation: daikirai
How to Say It Outloud: ah-nah-tah gah dah-ee-kee-rah-ee
Usage: An intensified form of 'kirai,' often used to emphasize strong dislike.
Example Sentence Japanese:あなたが大嫌いです。
Example Sentence English:I really hate you.

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