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We found 125 words, 1 name, 1 kanji, and 160 examples matching '司'
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noun
1. office; official  (usu. 官,司,寮; archaic)
2. chief; head  (usu. 首,長)
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noun
office (government department beneath a bureau under the ritsuryo system)  (see also: 律令制; archaic)
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noun
superior authorities; boss  (see also: 部下, 目上)
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chairmanship; leading a meeting; presenter; host; moderator
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administration of justice
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つかさ   Tsukasa   (male given name)  
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シ    administer   
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カ    good, possible, approval   
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イチ   イツ   ひと    ひと- one   
hook
コウ   ク   くち mouth   
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どの
じょうし
上司
ぶか
部下
いるもの
Every boss has his or her favorite employee.
かれ
はんこうてき
反抗的
たいど
態度
じょうし
上司
はら
てた

It is his defiant attitude that made the chief angry.
もりた
盛田
きょうじゅ
教授
かがく
化学
がっかい
学会
しかい
司会
つと
めた

Professor Morita presided at a meeting of the Chemical Society.
じょうし
上司
ぶじょく
侮辱
する
ような
きけん
危険
おかす
Don't risk insulting your boss.
じょうし
上司
ひとまえ
人前
からかう
ぶれい
無礼
ことです
It's rude to make fun of your boss in public.
 
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