See also: 官职

ChineseEdit

official; government; organ of body office; duty
trad. (官職)
simp. (官职)

PronunciationEdit


NounEdit

官職

  1. official position

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JapaneseEdit

Kanji in this term
かん
Grade: 4
しょく
Grade: 5
kan’on

NounEdit

官職(かんしょく) (kanshoku

  1. government service
  2. a government position
    • 1996 November 1, Fujisaki, Ryū, “(だい)()(かい) (きゅう)(ちゅう)()(ぐん) [Chapter 5: All Alone in the Palace]”, in (ほう)(しん)(えん)() [Investiture of the Gods], volume 1 (fiction, paperback), Tokyo: Shueisha, →ISBN, page 146:
      ()(せい)(おう)
      (さい)()(ょう・たい)()(なら)(さい)(こう)()(かん)(しょく)である。
      (いん)(てい)(こく)(ぐん)()(ぜん)(けん)をまかされている
      Busei Ō
      Saishō Taishi to narabu saikōi no kanshoku de aru.
      In Teikoku no gunmu no zenken o makasareteiru
      Prince Wucheng
      The highest-ranking official who can be a match for the Chancellor and the Crown Prince.
      He is currently entrusted with full control over the military of the Yin Empire

VietnameseEdit

Hán tự in this term

NounEdit

官職

  1. Hán tự form of quan chức (official; government official).