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How to say Sin In Japanese?

KanjiHiragana
つみ
Pronunciation: tsumi
How to Say It Outloud: tsu-mee
Usage: Commonly used to describe a wrongdoing or offense, both legally and morally.
Example Sentence Japanese:彼は罪を犯した。
Example Sentence English:He committed a sin.
KanjiHiragana
罪悪ざいあく
Pronunciation: zaiaku
How to Say It Outloud: zai-ah-koo
Usage: Used to refer to a grave sin or iniquity.
Example Sentence Japanese:彼は罪悪感でいっぱいだった。
Example Sentence English:He was filled with a sense of sin.
KanjiHiragana
罪状ざいじょう
Pronunciation: zaijou
How to Say It Outloud: zai-joh
Usage: Used in legal contexts to describe the precise charges or nature of the crime committed.
Example Sentence Japanese:彼の罪状は明白だった。
Example Sentence English:The nature of his sin was clear.
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大罪たいざい
Pronunciation: taizai
How to Say It Outloud: tai-zai
Usage: Used to specify a major or serious sin.
Example Sentence Japanese:彼は大罪を犯した。
Example Sentence English:He committed a major sin.

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