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重役, じゅうやく, おもやく

  • jūyaku,omoyaku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • director
  • high executive
  • (person with) heavy responsibilities

Examples of 重役,じゅうやく,おもやく in a Sentence

We'll need a head hunting agency to find the right man for this executive position.
The top execs are gathering for a power breakfast.
One must be an executive in some company.
She got kicked upstairs to an executive position.
He is an executive in an insurance company.
Without his wife's money, he would never be a director.
We sat face to face with executives.
The parking spaces nearest the door are reserved for executives.
A farewell party was held in honor of the retiring executive.
We were all surprised at appointment of Mr Brown as a director.

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