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リョウ
colleague, official, companion
, かくりょう
cabinet ministers
その閣僚はついに辞表提出に追い込まれました。
, かんりょう
bureaucrat, government official, bureaucracy
彼の辞職で官僚の席に空きができた。
, どうりょう
coworker, co-worker, colleague, associate
私の同僚は報告書を改ざんした。
, ばくりょう
staff, staff officer
, ばつりょう
low-ranking official
, ぞくりょう
a subordinate (official)
, りりょう
public servant, government official
, ひゃくりょう
many government officials, all the officials
, りょうゆう
colleague, workmate, comrade, coworker
, かんりょうか
Takes suru
bureaucratization, bureaucratisation
, ばくりょうちょう
chief of staff
, かんりょうせい
bureaucracy
脱官, だつかんりょう
debureaucratization, curtailing the power of the bureaucracy
党官, とうかんりょう
apparatchik
, かくりょうきゅう
See 閣僚レベル・かくりょうレベル
cabinet-level
, りょうせん
consort ship
, かんりょうてき
NA-adjective
bureaucratic
一般幕, いっぱんばくりょう
general staff
主義, かんりょうしゅぎ
bureaucracy
特別幕, とくべつばくりょう
special staff
内閣閣, ないかくかくりょう
cabinet members
政治, かんりょうせいじ
May take 'no'
bureaucratic government
主導, かんりょうしゅどう
May take 'no', yojijukugo
initiative taken by bureaucrats in the drafting of government policies and bills (rather than by politicians)
会議, かくりょうかいぎ
cabinet meeting, meeting of ministers
機構, かんりょうきこう
bureaucratic organization, bureaucracy
高級官, こうきゅうかんりょう
elite bureaucrat, high government official, high-ranking bureaucrat, senior government official
, りょうき
consort plane
, かりょう
subordinates, petty officials
レベル, かくりょうレベル
cabinet-level
主義者, かんりょうしゅぎしゃ
bureaucrat
理事会, かくりょうりじかい
ministerial council, council of ministers
, りょうかん
consort ship
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