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辞任, じにん

  • jinin


noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • to resign


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • resignation

Examples of 辞任,じにん in a Sentence

His resignation as Prime Minister came as a surprise.
He resigned as president.
The president held himself responsible for the slump in business, and left his post.
The premier and his cabinet colleagues resigned.
He resigned on the grounds that he was ill.
She was required to step down in the office.
I was amazed at his abrupt resignation.
He's resigned his position as chairman of the committee.
They demanded that President resign.
The Prime Minister announced that he would resign within a few weeks.

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