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22:59 Aug 16, 2000
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
English term or phrase: emotions
ploural noun of "emotion" ex: sadness, happiness, love, scared etc.
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na感情(kanjou)plumeria
na感情(kannjou) or 情動(joudou)plumeria


  

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8 hrs
感情(kannjou) or 情動(joudou)


Explanation:
感情(kannjou) is used more commonly in everyday language. 情動(joudou) is more of a psychological term meaning "sudden emotional changes such as joy, hatred, anger, or fear that may trigger changes in one's physical conditions". I am not sure if you are translating a technical document or not. I hope my explanation will help.


    Kenkyusha's English-Japanese Dictionary for the General Reader
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9 hrs
感情(kanjou)


Explanation:
It's Ayako again. I am making another submission just to make a correction. When I typed in "kanjou" in my previous submission, I had one extra "n" that you do not need. Oops, sorry!

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