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応募者, おうぼしゃ

  • ōbosha


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • applicant

Examples of 応募者,おうぼしゃ in a Sentence

There were 20 failures among 50 applicants.
Delete his name from the list of the applicants.
Applicants were requested to submit their resumes.
Applicants must be under thirty years old.
She was chosen from ten thousand applicants.
Does the applicant have suitable abilities to carry out the job?
There were a good many candidates for the position.
Six people applied for the job, but none of them were employed.
The auditorium is filled to capacity with anxious applicants.
The applicant will be coming to see you the day after tomorrow.

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