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出社 しゅっしゃ
noun (common) (futsuumeishi)
noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru
  • going to work (e.g. in the morning)
  • coming to work


    • onyomiシュツスイ
    • kunyomiで.る-でだ.す-だ.すい.でるい.だす
    • meaningexit; leave; go out; come out; put out; protrude


  • Japanese 彼は今日は気分が悪いため出社できません。
    English He cannot come to the office today as he is indisposed.
  • Japanese 彼は5週間ぶりに出社した。
    English He went to his office after an absence of five weeks.
  • Japanese 日曜日に出社したので月曜日が代休だった。
  • Japanese 土曜日には出社する必要がありません。
    English You need not come to the office on Saturdays.
  • Japanese 出社したら仕事がたくさんあって、アタフタした。
    English When I got to the office, I had tons of work waiting for me. I was running around like a chicken with its head cut off.
  • Japanese 社長はマイクが就業時間に出社しないので彼を首にした。
    English The boss gave Mike the ax for not coming to work on time.
  • Japanese 兄は出社前に新聞にざっと目を通すことが習慣になっている。
    English My brother makes it a rule to look over the newspaper before going to his office.
  • Japanese 私の夫は日曜休日も出社していると言っているけど、時にはその話が胡散臭いと思うことがあります。
    English My husband tells me he goes to work even on Sundays and holidays but sometimes I suspect there's something fishy about his story.