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欠勤, けっきん

  • kekkin


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

  • absence (from work)

Examples of 欠勤,けっきん in a Sentence

Can you account for your absence last Friday?
The principal called him to account for being absent without an excuse.
He has been absent from work for a week.
He was absent without leave.
My boss called me down for frequent absence from work.
I've been on sick leave.
She was fired on the grounds that she was often absent.
She was absent without leave.

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