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2007.03.08(Review of 2000.10.13 edition)

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RESIGN vs. FIRE   会社を辞める/解雇する


  • (For an employee) to resign is to leave a job because he or she CHOOSES to.

    (For an employer) to fire someone is to MAKE someone leave their job.
  • 従業員が自分の意志で仕事を辞めることを resign と言います。

    雇用者が社員を辞めさせることを fire と言います。


  1. Did you hear that Jack is resigning? He's planning to start his own business.
  2. My doctor told me I should resign from the company. He thinks I need to find a less stressful job.
  3. Adam had a fight with his boss and was fired from his job.
  4. The factory fired two employees for drinking at work.

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