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Kuchi wa Wazawai no Moto (口は災いの元 – Out of the Mouth Comes Evil)

Kuchi wa Wazawai no Moto 口は災いの元 Carelessly saying what you think can lead to unexpected and disastrous outcomes. 不用意に発言すると、思いがけず災難な結果を招くことがあります。 The Read More
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Kuchibashiru (口走る – Blurting Out)

Kuchibashiru 口走る To say something unconsciously is called kuchibashiru (口走る) in Japanese. 無意識に何かを口に出してしまうことを、「口走る」と言います。 Since kuchi (口) means “mouth” and bashiru/hashiru Read More