How to say enough / stop in Japanese: Juubun Desu / Yamete Kudasai

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How to say enough / stop in Japanese: Juubun Desu / Yamete Kudasai

Learning Japanese for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say enough / stop in Japanese: Juubun Desu / Yamete Kudasai
Say it out loud: “Jew Bunn Dess / Yah Meh Teh Koo Dah Sai

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Some more helpful words in our Japanese Urgency category:

enough / stop – Juubun Desu / Yamete Kudasai  (Jew Bunn Dess / Yah Meh Teh Koo Dah Sai)
go away – Acchi He I Ke  (Ah Cchi Eh Ee Keh)
help me – Tasukete Kudasai  (Tah Soo Keh Teh Koo Dah Sai)
I don't understand – Wakarimasen  (Wah Kah Ree Mah Senn)

And here’s how to say enough / stop in other languages!

Arabic–yakfy / Kef  (yak fy / kef)
Chinese–Gòule / Hǎole  (Go Luh / Hao Luh)
Croatian–dosta  (doe stuh)
Czech–dost / stop  (doest / stop)
Finnish–riittää / seis  (reat taah / seh is)
French–Ça suffit  (suh sue fee)
German–genug  (guh nook)
Italian–basta  (bah sta)
Japanese–Juubun Desu / Yamete Kudasai  (Jew Bunn Dess / Yah Meh Teh Koo Dah Sai)
Korean–Dwaesseoyo. / Geumanhaseyo.  (Dae Suh Yo. / Ku Mahn Hah Se Yo.)
Polish–wystarczy/ stop  (vee star' chee/ stop)
Portuguese–Bastante  (baas taan chee)
Russian–dostatochno / stop  (dah stah tah chnah / stop )
Spanish–basta!  (bah' stuh!)
Swahili–wacha  (wah cha)
Thai–Pho Laeo  (paw lay-oh)
Turkish–dur!  (dur)
Vietnamese–Đủ / Dừng  (Du / Yung)

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Biography: Kanako Tokuno is a marketing adviser and translator living in New York City. Kanako graduated with BAs in International Relations from both Ritsumeikan University and American University in 2008 through a Dual Degree program. After experiencing sales and marketing jobs in the electronics and cosmetics industries in Japan, Kanako moved to New York City, where she is currently involved in multiple projects as a freelancer.
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