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The meaning of "Otsukaresama" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa otsukaresama?
A:
It's literal meaning is 2.. It's also used as a greening especially at one's work place.

1. Have a good evening/one.

2. Thank you for your hard work.

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Translations of "Otsukaresama"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? お疲れ様(otsukaresama) in English
A: many thanks, much appreciated
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? otsukaresama
A: It is difficult to translate because we do not use such a term in English.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? how do say otsukaresama desu. omo kitte kudasai.
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? otsukaresama
A: Good job!

Other questions about "Otsukaresama"

Q: how to say otsukaresama desu. practice is finished. please come to take your kids to your home
A: Thank you for your hard work. Our practice is finished. please come and take your kids to your respective homes.
Q: We say お疲れ様 (otsukaresama) in Japanese when getting off work. How do you say in English?
A: We don't quite have an equivalent in English, because we do not have set phrases for that situation. I mean, there are many things you could say, but there is no one exact expected thing like Japanese's set phrase お疲れ様.

To express a similar idea, you could say "great work, everyone! Enjoy the rest of your night!" or something. Note that if you said the same thing every day, though, you would probably be considered really strange. You don't have to say anything except the usual kind of good-byes at work.
I remember reading an article once written by an American who was really surprised at the etiquette expectations in a Japanese company when he began working there for the first time. Our work cultures are extremely different, from what I've read. (I don't have personal experience though.)

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