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解雇, かいこ

  • kaiko


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • discharge
  • dismissal

Examples of 解雇,かいこ in a Sentence

I was discharged without notice.
He was dismissed, simply because he failed to work as hard as possible.
Discard the old employee.
Did you hear that Fred has been shown the door?
We came to the conclusion that he should be fired.
He was laid off until there was more work to do.
He was fired against his will.
When the work was done, the men were discharged.
There is no reason why he should be dismissed.
Suddenly 100 workers were laid off.

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