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98 examples found containing '職'
かれ
しょく
うしな
ってしまった

He was thrown out of work.
わたし
しょく
せわ
世話
してくれます
May I count on you to get me the job?
かれ
しょく
もと
めて
とうきょう
東京
やって

He came to Tokyo in search of employment.
わたし
その
かいしゃ
会社
しょく
もと
めた

I applied for a position in the office.
かれ
その
かいしゃ
会社
しょく

He obtained a post in the company.
かれ
その
まち
しょく
みつかった
He was able to get work in that town.
つよ
ひと
いがい
以外
その
しょく
かない

No one but a strong man is fit for the post.
かれ
しょく
さが
いそが
しい

He is busy with job hunting.
かれ
その
かいしゃ
会社
しょく
もと
めた

He applied for a position in the office.
かれ
その
かいしゃ
会社
しょく
もう
んだ

He applied for a position in the office.
かれ
よい
しょく
さが
していた

He was looking for a good job.
わたし
しょく
えよ
かんが
えた

I considered changing my job.
かれ
すぐ
あたら
しい
しょく
めた

He soon left the new job.
かれ
しょく
もと
めている

He is seeking employment.
おお
ひと
その
しょく
もう
んだ

Many people applied for the position.
かれ
しょく
さが
している

He is looking for a job.
かれ
しょく
つけてやった

I found him a job.
かれ
しょく
うしな
こと
しんぱい
心配
している

He is worried about losing his job.
おっと
しつぎょうちゅう
失業中
しょく
さが
しています

My husband is out of work and looking for a job.
しょく
さが
どうなった
How is your job hunting going?
この
しょく
について
すこ
せつめい
説明
させて
ください
Please let me tell you a little bit about this position.
かれ
かのじょ
彼女
ほめてその
しょく
かせた

He boosted her into the job.
かれ
あたら
しい
しょく
さが
している

He is seeking a new position.
かれ
あたら
しい
しょく
せいこう
成功
する
よう
きぼう
希望
します

I hope he will succeed in his new position.
わたし
いま
しょく
やめよ
おも
っています

I am going to leave my present job.
とうじ
当時
よい
しょく
こと
けっ
して
ようい
容易
なかった
In those days it was far from easy to come by a good job.
まんいち
万一
また
ちこく
遅刻
したら
あなた
しょく
うしな
ことなります
If you should be late again, you'll lose your job.
わたし
じぶん
自分
しょく
かんぜん
完全
まんぞく
満足
している
わけない
I'm not entirely satisfied with my position.
さいご
最後
しゅだん
手段
としていつでも
しょく
められる
かれ
かんが
えた

He supposed he could always quit the job in the last resort.
かれ
いいんかい
委員会
ぎちょう
議長
しょく
じにん
辞任
した

He's resigned his position as chairman of the committee.
Search results include information from a variety of sources, including Kanshudo (kanji mnemonics, kanji readings, kanji components, vocab and name frequency data, grammar points), JMdict (vocabulary), Tatoeba (examples), Enamdict (names), KanjiVG (kanji animations and stroke order), and Joy o' Kanji (kanji and radical synopses). Translations provided by Google's Neural Machine Translation engine. For more information see credits.
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