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yakuza División en sílabas: ya·ku·za
Pronunciación: /yäˈko͞ozə/ /ˈyäko͝oˌzä/

Definición de yakuza en inglés:

sustantivo (plural igual)

1A Japanese gangster or racketeer.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • In another, an ageing yakuza gangster returns to a park where he used to meet his first love.
  • Moon Child is a low budget Japanese yakuza vampire sci-fi action drama.
  • So it was perhaps inevitable that he should have turned to playing a gangster - a yakuza - in his fourth film.
1.1A Japanese organized crime syndicate similar to the Mafia.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Various kinds of people came to stay there, including members of the yakuza, and given that fact, I thought it would be foolish not to learn some kind of martial art.
  • Japanese yakuza kingpin Akatora wants him because he thinks Dinosaur took his merchandise.
  • Namie introduced her to the seedy underworld, but not the yakuza one, that being a rich teenager in Tokyo had to offer.

Origen

Japanese, from ya 'eight' + ku 'nine' + za 'three', referring to the worst hand in a gambling game.

Palabras que riman con yakuza

abuser, accuser, boozer, bruiser, chooser, cruiser, diffuser, infuser, lollapalooza, loser, Marcuse, medusa, mezuzah, misuser, peruser, refuser, snoozer, Sousa, user

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