JLPT N4 Vocabulary


manager; head (chief, director) of a section or department

JLPT N4 vocabulary list

Learn Japanese vocabulary: 【 ぶちょう 】(buchou)

Meaning: manager; head (chief, director) of a section or department.

Type: Noun

Level: JLPT N4 Vocabulary

- Example Sentences

Each example sentence includes a Japanese furigana reading, the romaji reading, and the English translation.

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Example #1

watashi wa eigyou buchou desu.
I am the sales manager.
Example #2

kare ga watashi no tokoro no buchou desu.
He is the chief of my department.
Example #3

konshuu buchou wa shucchouchuu desu.
My manager is on a business trip this week.
Example #4

watashi no yuujin ga sudeni sono buchou ni watashi no koto wo shoukai shite kureteimasu.
My best friend has already introduced me to the department director.

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