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masaka
interjection

Alternate Written Forms:

[()·さか()]
masaka

English Meaning(s) for まさか

interjection
  1. by no means; never!; well, I never!; you don't say!

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Sample Sentences for まさか

You can't be serious! He's no more a doctor than I am.
Could it be that her prickly attitude is just because she has period pains? No, couldn't be.
"I love you" - I could never say something like that.
She never dreamed she'd meet him overseas.
That wouldn't be the house we're looking for, surely.

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