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    •     bn:03589550n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/02/09     •     Categories: أسباب الموت, اقتصاد اليابان, التوظيف في اليابان, الموت في اليابان...

  كاروشي · KAROSHI · Karôshi · Karōshi

كاروشي مصطلح ياباني يعني "الموت من الإرهاق"، يعبر عن الموت الفجائي بسكتة قلبية للموظفين الذين يعانون من ضغط العمل، أو من القلق الكبير،منذ سنة 1970 اعتبر الكاروشي مرض مهني في اليابان. Wikipedia

    •     bn:03589550n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/02/09     •     Categories: 日语借词, 死亡, 职业安全与健康, 职业灾害...

  过劳死 · KAROSHI · Karôshi · karōshi · 过劳死

过劳死,源自日语 ,是一种职业性的突然死亡,因工作过度(过劳)致积劳成疾而死。 Wikipedia

HAS CAUSE
    •     bn:03589550n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/02/09     •     Categories: Articles containing Korean-language text, Articles containing simplified Chinese-language text, Articles containing traditional Chinese-language text, Causes of death...

  Karoshi · karōshi · Death by overwork · Death from overwork · Guolaosi

Karōshi, which can be translated literally as "overwork death" in Japanese, is occupational sudden mortality. Wikipedia

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Sudden death from overwork Wikidata
Sudden death caused by heavy stress and overload at work, the most common direct causes of death being heart attack and stroke. OmegaWiki
Death, such as from heart attack or stroke, brought on by overwork or job-related stress. Wiktionary

    •     bn:03589550n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/02/09     •     Categories: Maladie professionnelle, Mort, Phénomène de société au Japon, Santé au Japon

  karōshi · karoshi · karoushi · karôshi

Karōshi désigne la mort subite de cadres ou d'employés de bureau par arrêt cardiaque, AVC ou suicide à la suite d'une surcharge de travail, d'un surmenage ou d'un stress associé trop important. Wikipedia

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Mort soudaine causée par un fort stress et de la surcharge de travail, les causes directes de mort les plus fréquentes étant les crises cardiaques et les apoplexies. OmegaWiki

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    •     bn:03589550n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/02/09     •     Categories: Arbeitsmedizin, Arbeitsschutz, Gesellschaft (Japan), Pathologie...

  Karōshi · Karoshi · Karoschi · Karôshi · Tod durch Überarbeiten

Als Karōshi bezeichnet man in Japan einen plötzlichen berufsbezogenen Tod. Wikipedia

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Plötzlicher Tod ausgelöst durch starken Stress und Überlastung im Beruf, meist mit der unmittelbaren Todesursache Herzversagen oder Schlaganfall. OmegaWiki

    •     bn:03589550n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/02/09

  Karôshi · karōshi

 Karōshi, which can be translated literally as "overwork death" in Japanese, is occupational sudden mortality. Wikipedia

    •     bn:03589550n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/02/09

  KAROSHI · Karôshi · karōshi

 Karōshi, which can be translated literally as "overwork death" in Japanese, is occupational sudden mortality. Wikipedia

    •     bn:03589550n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/02/09

  KAROSHI · Karôshi

 Karōshi, which can be translated literally as "overwork death" in Japanese, is occupational sudden mortality. Wikipedia

    •     bn:03589550n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/02/09     •     Categories: Cause di morte, Economia del Giappone, Medicina del lavoro, Sindromi culturali...

  Karoshi · Karôshi · Karōshi

Karoshi Wikipedia

    •     bn:03589550n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/02/09     •     Categories: ブラック企業, 労働問題, 労働安全, 労働時間...

  過労死 · KAROSHI · Karôshi · karōshi · 過労

過労死(かろうし、英語: karōshi, overwork death)とは、働き過ぎによって死亡すること。 Wikipedia

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死因 • 社会問題 • 
    •     bn:03589550n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/02/09     •     Categories: Cite web (указан неверный параметр), Культуральные синдромы, Обстоятельства смерти, Общество Японии...

  Кароси · Karôshi · karōshi · каро́си · Синдром Кароси

Кароси (яп. Wikipedia

    •     bn:03589550n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/02/09     •     Categories: Categoría, Causas de muerte, Palabras y frases en japonés, Prevención de riesgos laborales

  karoshi · Karōshi · Karôshi · NEET

Karoshi Wikipedia

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Muerte súbita causada por la tensión y la sobrecarga de trabajo, la causa directa de muerte más común es el ataque cardiaco. OmegaWiki


 

Translations

كاروشي, KAROSHI, Karôshi, Karōshi, وكاروشي
过劳死, KAROSHI, Karôshi, karōshi, 过劳死
karoshi, karōshi, Death by overwork, Death from overwork, guolaosi, Gwarosa, Karojisatsu, Karosi, Karoushi, Karôshi, Keroshi, Worked to death, 過労死, 과로사
karōshi, karoshi, karoushi, karôshi
karōshi, Karoshi, Karoschi, Karôshi, Tod durch Überarbeiten
Karôshi, karōshi, karoshi
KAROSHI, Karôshi, karōshi, וקארושי, קארושי
KAROSHI, Karôshi, karōshi, karōshi है
karoshi, Karôshi, Karōshi
過労死, KAROSHI, Karôshi, karōshi, 過労, 過労自殺, 過 労 死, 過 労 死 。
кароси, Karôshi, karōshi, каро́си, Синдром Кароси, Кароши, karoshi
karoshi, karōshi, Karôshi, NEET

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Karôshi, KAROSHI
karōshi, Karôshi, KAROSHI
Karôshi
karōshi, Karôshi
karōshi, Karôshi, KAROSHI
Karôshi, KAROSHI
Karôshi
karōshi, Karôshi, KAROSHI
karōshi, Karôshi
Karôshi

Translations from Wikipedia sentences

كاروشي, وكاروشي
karoshi
karoshi
karoshi
וקארושי, קארושי
karōshi, karōshi है
karoshi
過 労 死, 過 労 死 。
karoshi
karoshi
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7 sources | 11 senses
6 sources | 9 senses
6 sources | 10 senses

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Erschöpfungstod
過労

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