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07-18-2020, 02:27 PM

**** 宜しく:よろしく;YOROSHIKU ****

"YOROSHIKU" is often translated as "nice to meet you" or something.

As "YOROSHIKU" is used at the same timing as "nice to meet you", it is not so wrong. But "YOROSHIKU" does mean other thing.

”YOROSHIKU" means "I hope everything goes well with our job (together)".

Why "together" is in the brace? Because sometimes "YOROSHIKU" is used to leave a job to some other person.

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