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汚職, おしょく

  • oshoku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • corruption

Examples of 汚職,おしょく in a Sentence

Jason, who was in charge of the project, was dismissed for corruption.
He is said to have something to do with the political scandal.
He is the first national politician to be named in a widening corruption scandal.
They have something to do with the scandal.
He has a reputation as being straight as an arrow. He'd never get involved in corruption.
I have nothing to do with the scandal.
The papers found lots of monkey business when they investigated the Recruit scandal.

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