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上役, うわやく

  • uwayaku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • superior
  • senior

Examples of 上役,うわやく in a Sentence

Don't be subservient to your boss.
You must inform your superior of the results.
Tom was called down by his boss for coming late to work.
She's having an affair with her boss.
Even if you boss attacks you and tells you to go away, you should make your point.
If the boss says you've got to work overtime, then there's no choice but to do so.
It is courageous of him to oppose his boss.
Pull one's rank on one's inferiors.
He tried to sell the boss the new idea.
One of the reasons some workers hesitate to use their paid holidays is that they fear unfavorable reactions from their colleagues or superiors.

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