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資産, しさん

  • shisan


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • property
  • fortune
  • means
  • assets

Examples of 資産,しさん in a Sentence

Shareholders voted to liquidate the company's assets.
She has some money of her own.
I'm sure you'll be a valuable asset to our company.
She had only a small fortune.
The company, although with some exceptions, usually utilizes its resources very well.
My uncle is possessed of great wealth.
In my opinion, we need to diversify our assets.
Scott's job is to evaluate the assets of companies.
What's included under assets?
What we have is one thing and what we are is quite another.

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