cause, account, interest, or benefit:
for the sake of all students.
purpose or end:
for the sake of appearances.
a Japanese fermented, mildly alcoholic beverage made from rice.
benefit or interest (esp in the phrase for (someone’s or one’s own) sake)
the purpose of obtaining or achieving (esp in the phrase for the sake of (something))
used in various exclamations of impatience, urgency, etc: for heaven’s sake, for pete’s sake
a Japanese alcoholic drink made from fermented rice
See rice wine
see: for the sake of
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