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却下, きゃっか

  • kyakka


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

  • rejection
  • dismissal

Examples of 却下,きゃっか in a Sentence

The chairman rejected the proposal.
I regret to inform you that your application has been refused.
Yamashita is stuck with no way out. His well-thought-out project was rejected and the books he worked really hard on aren't selling.
After all the trouble we went to in coming up with that project, it only took them a second to shoot it down in the meeting.
The government turned down the request.
The official informed Bob that his request for a parking permit had been rejected.
I thought it strange that the petition had been turned down.
He turned down my application.
The company rejected his request for a transfer.
I'm also in favour so it's three to one. And thus your objection is overruled.

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