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当事者, とうじしゃ

  • tōjisha


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • person concerned
  • interested party
  • related party

Examples of 当事者,とうじしゃ in a Sentence

He mediated between the two parties.
When one goes to the notary public's office, the following are required.
This agreement is binding on all parties.
Two different parties with common interests were on the warpath when he cut in to settle the dispute.
There should be more communication between the persons concerned.
You wouldn't be so casual about it if you were directly involved.
An agreement binding on both parties.
You speak pretty highly of him but you're directly involved. I think my less charitable view might be more accurate since I can look at things objectively.
The inhabitants rebelled against the ruler.
An essential condition for a helpful interview is a quiet room in which doctor and parents can sit comfortably and in private without being interrupted.

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