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boss

noun [C] (MANAGER) 經理     /bɒs/ US  /bɑːs/
the person who is in charge of an organization and who tells others what to do 老闆;上司;頭兒 She was the boss of a large international company. 她是一家大型跨國公司的老闆。 I started up my own business and now I'm my own boss (= I work for myself and no one tells me what to do). 我開辦了公司,現在自己當老闆。 informal Who's the boss (= the person who makes all the important decisions) in your house? 你們家誰做主? Bosses, managers and directorsPeople in charge of or controlling other people
Translations of “boss”
in Arabic مُدير…
in Korean 보스, 상사…
in Malaysian ketua besar…
in French patron/-onne…
in Turkish patron, işveren…
in Italian capo…
in Russian начальник…
in Polish szef/owa…
in Vietnamese ông chủ, thủ trưởng…
in Spanish jefe…
in Portuguese chefe…
in Thai เจ้านาย…
in German der Chef…
in Catalan cap…
in Japanese ボス, 上司…
in Indonesian majikan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 经理, 老板, 上司…
(Definition of boss noun (MANAGER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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