Fair go/機会

fair go

Australian English
A chance or opportunity. Also occasionally used as a complaint from somebody seeking just treatment.

日本語
1) 機会。チャンス。
2) 公平な扱いを求めること。

Plain English
1) Chance.
2) Plea for just treatment.

Fair go-usage examples

豪語日本語米・英語
When someone just joins the workforce, it’s important to give them a fair go to prove themselves.社会人になったばかり人に対して一人前になるまで少し時間かける機会を与えるのは大切なことのだ。When somebody just joins the workforce, it’s important to give them an opportunity to prove themselves.
“Fair go, mate. I can’t do overtime now, it’s almost knock-off.”「ちょっと!定時直前に(残業やれ!)って何なの?“Hey, I can’t do overtime now, it’s almost time to finish work.”

Strine Dictionary

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