やくざ, ヤクザ

  • yakuza,yakuza

Definition of やくざ,ヤクザ

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • professional gambler or ruffian (esp. a member of the Japanese mafia)
  • yakuza (member)

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

  • uselessness
  • purposelessness

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Examples of やくざ,ヤクザ in a Sentence

The gangsters let him in on their plan to knock off a rival gang leader.
The bold man glanced at the gangster with hatred and contempt.
自分映画のやくざと同一視した
I identified myself with the gangsters in the film.
極道たち』は、1986、東映配給により公開されたヤクザ映画
Gang Wives is a Yakuza movie released in 1986 by Toei Distribution Network.
やくざがひろしに試練課している
The yakuza were tormenting Hiroshi.
The gangsters let him in on their plan to knock off a rival gang leader.

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