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校長, こうちょう

  • kōchō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • principal
  • headmaster

Examples of 校長,こうちょう in a Sentence

Our principal does no teaching.
I felt ill at ease in the presence of the principal.
Our principal made a long speech.
The headmaster will present the winners their prize.
The visitor was none other than the principal.
I met the principal himself.
He was promoted to the position of head teacher.
Our principal wanted to admit Bob to our school.
He has just become a principal.
I spoke to the principal himself.

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