酒, 日本酒, 為, 酎, 百薬の長, 香露
Noun(1) a reason for wanting something done(2) Japanese alcoholic beverage made from fermented rice; usually served hot(3) the purpose of achieving or obtaining
(1) For the sake of preserving the costume, none of it was cut as the alterations were made.(2) for safety's sake, photographers are obliged to stand behind police lines(3) where did you get it, for heaven's sake?(4) The society is now saying the show is pushing back the boundaries of animal safety for the sake of entertainment.(5) When you drink with others, it's a Japanese etiquette to pour sake into each other's cup. You should hold your cup up when someone is serving sake to you.(6) let us say, for the sake of argument, that the plotter and the assassin are one and the same person(7) But, for the sake of the health of individuals and the safety of communities, it has to be done.(8) the couple moved to the coast for the sake of her health(9) Neither wanted to show their ugly sides by building an alliance for the sake of political interests.(10) ├ö├ç├┐Oh, for God's sake!├ö├ç├û snarled Dyson(11) ├ö├ç┬úOh, for God's sake!├ö├ç├ÿ snarled Dyson(12) I have to make an effort for John's sake(13) new ideas amount to change for change's sake(14) At least certain parts of the city need to be preserved for the sake of posterity.(15) I felt I couldn't give up, for my own sake or the baby's(16) Realistically, however, a line must be drawn under the amendments at some point for the sake of achieving the deal.
(1) for the sake of :: のために
1. purpose ::
2. benefit ::
3. interest ::
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