Karoshi



/kaˈrəʊʃɪ/
noun
1.
(in Japan) death caused by overwork
noun

death due to overwork or exhaustion from one’s work
Word Origin

Japanese ka ‘excess’ + ro ‘labor’ + shi ‘death’

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