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expression, i adjective (negative)

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Root Words:

[もう()··わけ() + ない]
moushiwake + nai

English Meaning(s) for 申し訳ない

expression, i adjective (negative)
  1. I'm sorry; (it's) inexcusable; I feel regretful; I feel guilty
  2. thank you very much (for help, etc.)

Definition and Synonyms for 申し訳ない

Regretful feeling or expressing regret or sorrow or a sense of loss over something done or undone
Synonyms: すまない, かわいそう, すまなそう, こころのこり, 悔しい, 本意ない, 残念, 気の毒, 済む, 無念, 申し訳ない, 遺憾
Inexcusable without excuse or justification
Synonyms: 申し訳ない
Apology an expression of regret at having caused trouble for someone
Synonyms: かしこまる, 弁明, 申し訳, 申し訳ない, お詫び, 詫び, 詫びる, 詫び言, 謝り, 謝る, 謝罪, 謝辞, 陳謝

Meanings for each kanji in 申し訳ない

» have the honor to; sign of the monkey; 3-5PM; ninth sign of Chinese zodiac
» translate; reason; circumstance; case

Categories 申し訳ない is a member of

Acknowledgment a statement acknowledging something or someone
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 申し訳ない

Conjugations for 申し訳ない

Adjective stem
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Present Indicative Form
Present Indicative Negative Form
Past Indicative Form
Past Indicative Negative Form
Provisional Form
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Conditional Form
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Nominalized Form
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Sample Sentences for 申し訳ない

I'm sorry, but it's impossible.
I'm sorry, but I can't find the book you lent me.
I'm afraid I don't understand.
I'm sorry I'm late.
He was all the more angry because she wasn't in the least sorry.

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