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部長, ぶちょう

  • buchō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • head (chief, director) of a section or department


  • head of a (school) club
  • head of a (school) team

Examples of 部長,ぶちょう in a Sentence

Would you please put me in touch with the General Manager of Overseas Sales of AB Software Ltd?
I think you fall well within 'cute girl'. You'd easily go and pass in his judgement.
As head of the sales team she reports only to the managing director.
Informed of his safety, the manager breathed a sigh of relief.
What I looked up to in Shota was not his 'strength'. It was his heroic courage to put his life on the line to carry out his convictions.
The manager implied that a modest man was suitable for the position.
We'll have to organize the drinking party all over again as the section chief can't make it now.
We are writing to inform you that Mr Koichi Ohara has been appointed as Manager of the Technical Department in succession to Mr Taro Iida.
The section chief was really livid. What did you do?
Mr. Brown is in charge of the business in the absence of the manager.

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