Dach Jet

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    What is the English equivalent for the Khmer word "dach jet"?
     
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    disowned(or unforgiveable) :D since ms marvelous mentioned, I will change to The End of relationship[or broke up] :D
     
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    paoun ami, disowned mean - Kat-Kal,
    Unforgivable mean -men lerk laeng, so unforgivable heart I think that should do.
     
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    dachjet seems to mean differently when used in certain context.

    For example: dach-jet tov = reluctantly go
    dach jet laeng = resigned
    darch jet pi kort = forsaken
    so on and so forth

    Closest I can think of just the word dach-jet is "resigned to"
     
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    Nice post Hamster, I've been thinking for a while lol. When I hear this word, I keep thinking of its meaning as being able to let go easily without hesitation, but in a cold way.

    Great attempt by Marvelous! (y)
     

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