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We found 404 words, 1 kanji, and 351 examples matching '官'
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1
noun
government service; the bureaucracy
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0 2
noun
1. office; official  (usu. 官,司,寮; archaic)
2. chief; head  (usu. 首,長)
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0
noun
police officer; policeman; constable  (see also: 警察官)
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1 0
noun
government office; government agency; authorities
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0
noun
bureaucrat; bureaucracy
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カン    bureaucrat   
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two mouths
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コウ   ク   くち mouth   
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roof   
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イギリス
けいかん
警官
じゅう
けいたい
携帯
しない
くに
です
England is a land where the policemen carry no revolvers.
かれ
がいこうかん
外交官
として
ながねん
長年
じんせい
人生
おく
ってきた

He has spent most of his working life as a diplomat.
その
けいさつかん
警察官
その
こんざつ
混雑
うまく
しょり
処理
できた
The police were able to cope with the crowd.
その
けいさつかん
警察官
その
けん
しら
調
べる
こと
やくそく
約束
した

The policeman promised to investigate the matter.
その
けいかん
警官
はんにん
犯人
げる
つけた

The police caught sight of the criminal running away.
 
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