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3-K job

3-K job
 n.— «With Japanese youth shying from so-called 3-K jobs—referring to the Japanese words for labor that is dirty, dangerous or physically taxing—Alsok, the nation’s second-largest security guard company, has developed a line of robo-cops.» —“We, robot: the future is here” by Anthony Faiola Sydney Morning Herald (Australia) Mar. 14, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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