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率先, 帥先, 卒先, そっせん

  • sossen


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • taking the initiative

Examples of 率先,帥先,卒先,そっせん in a Sentence

Companies welcome workers who take initiative.
He took the lead in fighting pollution.
He took the initiative in carrying out the plan.
He is quite good at his job, but lacks initiative.
You have to think of the example you're setting. You'll never be able to lead if you don't set an example worth following.

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