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記者, きしゃ
reporter, journalist
記者は話されたことはすべて書き留めた。
記者会見, きしゃかいけん
Takes suru
press conference
今日遅くに大統領は記者会見を開く。
記者, きしゃだん
press group, press corps, group of reporters, press organization, press organisation
記者団は大臣を質問攻めにした。
記者, そっきしゃ
stenographer, writer of shorthand
記者, ひっきしゃ
copyist
記者, きしゃせき
press gallery, press box
記者, きしゃしつ
press room, press gallery
記者, きしゃしょう
journalist identification, press pass
記者, ばんきしゃ
reporter assigned to cover a particular person in order to get the most up-to-date information, beat reporter
従軍記者, じゅうぐんきしゃ
war correspondent
新聞記者, しんぶんきしゃ
newspaper reporter, print journalist
その新聞記者はニュースを嗅ぎつける鋭い勘を持っている。
外人記者, がいじんきしゃ
foreign correspondent
遊軍記者, ゆうぐんきしゃ
roving reporter
特種記者, とくだねきしゃ
yojijukugo
scoop reporter, scoop artist
雑誌記者, ざっしきしゃ
magazine journalist
記者発表, きしゃはっぴょう
Computer terminology
press release, announcement
写真記者, しゃしんきしゃ
photojournalist
派遣記者, はけんきしゃ
reporter posted to another location (city, country, etc.), reporter on assignment
取材記者, しゅざいきしゃ
on-the-ground reporter, news reporter, legman
芸能記者, げいのうきしゃ
entertainment journalist, entertainment reporter, gossip columnist
記者クラブ, きしゃクラブ
press club, correspondents' club
記者会見場, きしゃかいけんじょう
See 会見場
location of a press conference, press conference room
社会部記者, しゃかいぶきしゃ
local-news reporter, police reporter, city news reporter
フリー記者, フリーきしゃ
freelance journalist
事件記者, じけんきしゃ
yojijukugo
police reporter
共同記者会見, きょうどうきしゃかいけん
joint press conference
スポーツ記者, スポーツきしゃ
sportswriter
緊急記者会見, きんきゅうかいけん
emergency press conference, hastily called press conference, impromptu press conference
外人記者クラブ, がいじんきしゃクラブ
foreign correspondents' club
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