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What does 'attending court clerk' mean in Japanese? I can't find it.

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closed as off topic by Questioner, Tsuyoshi Ito, silvermaple, Flaw, sawa Jan 23 '12 at 16:08

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Err, do you mean to ask, "how do you say attending court clerk in Japanese?" or, do you mean, "I found some Japanese that translates to 'attending court clerk', what does that mean in English?" If you're looking for "court clerk", it's 裁判所書記官. The use of "attending" is going to vary depending on the situation/context. Is he/she attending a party? A meeting? A court hearing? An execution? – CptSupermrkt Jan 23 '12 at 10:26
Yes, thank you very much. I was looking for court clerk. :) – Ela Oktay Jan 23 '12 at 10:48
In that case I'll write it as an answer. – CptSupermrkt Jan 23 '12 at 11:49
@ElaOktay: please fix your question (in a major way) to reflect the comments and make it more in line with the standards of JLU. (I will let the community decide if they consider it a case of "open a damn dictionary" and want to close it). – Dave Jan 23 '12 at 15:34
I'm not very good at English so the result is... I'm sorry :( – Ela Oktay Feb 17 '12 at 13:24

Court Clerk = 裁判所書記官


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Thank you for the website. – Ela Oktay Feb 17 '12 at 13:25
Over two years later I doubt this will have any effect, but could you go ahead and mark this as the answer just to have this question marked as resolved? – CptSupermrkt Jul 31 '14 at 3:56

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