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階級, かいきゅう

  • kaikyū


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • (social) class
  • rank
  • grade

Examples of 階級,かいきゅう in a Sentence

He comes from the middle class.
Japan's problem has been that she has continued to view international relations as an extension of her hierarchical interpersonal relations at home.
That party is always pandering to the middle class.
The typical middle-class American baby comes home from the hospital to sleep in his own bed in his own room.
The people living here belong to the upper class.
They are considered the aristocracy in our town.
One's view is determined by his education, sex, class and age.
There's a very rigid hierarchy in the Civil Service.
Does a uniform eliminate class difference?
America likes to claim that it is a "classless" society.

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