[ sal-uh-ree-man ]
/ ˈsæl ə riˌmæn /
noun, plural sal·a·ry·men.
(in Japan) a white-collar businessman.
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British Dictionary definitions for salaryman
/ (ˈsælərɪˌmæn) /
noun plural -men
(in Japan) an office worker
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