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president (of a country) だいとうりょう
How to say “president (of a country)” in Japanese? “だいとうりょう”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “だいとうりょう” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on president (of a country) in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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だいとうりょう info.

だいとうりょう (daitōryō)

Tips to Remember:
1. Break Down the Kanji: The kanji 大 (dai) means "big" or "great," and 統領 (tōryō) together suggests a leadership role. Think of a "great leader" to help recall that it means "president."
2. Sound Association: The sound "dai" can remind you of "day," something significant. "Tōryō" sounds like "toryo," which you can link in your mind to "tory," as in a type of leadership or politician.
3. Imagery: Picture a president standing on a big (大) podium leading a country, embodying統領 as a leader.

Explanations:
Hiragana: だいとうりょう
Kanji: 大統領
Part of Speech: Noun

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
大統 (daitō) – An abbreviation sometimes used.
元首 (genshu) – Means "head of state" but not commonly used in casual conversation.

Alternate Meanings/Slang:
– No common slang usage, though it can sometimes be used sarcastically in a much less formal context to refer to someone acting overly authoritative.

Example Sentences:
1. アメリカのだいとうりょうはだれですか?
– Amerika no daitōryō wa dare desu ka?
– Who is the president of the United States?

2. 新しいだいとうりょうが選ばれました。
– AtarashÄ« daitōryō ga erabaremaa.
– A new president has been elected.

3. 日本のだいとうりょうは存在しません。
– Nihon no daitōryō wa sonzai shimasen.
– There is no president in Japan. (Japan has a Prime Minister instead)

4. だいとうりょうとして彼の決定はとても重要です。
– Daitōryō toe kare no kettei wa totemo jÅ«yō desu.
– His decisions as president are very important.

5. 私の友達は冗談で「自分はだいとうりょうみたい」と言います。
– Watashi no tomodachi wa jōdan de "jibun wa daitōryō mitai" to iimasu.
– My friend jokes that he is like the president.

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