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core(25-30)
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  1. the objective of the President's visit
    大統領訪問の目的.
  2. an objective analysis
    客観的分析

    反対:subjective
  3. to look at anything from the subjective and objective sides
    主観客観の両面より見る
  4. show cause
    【法律, 法学】 正当な理由を示す.
  5. pursue pleasure
    快楽を追い求める.
  6. Some words are hard to define
    定義するのが難しい語もある
  7. Some chandeliers are suspended from the ceiling.
    シャンデリアが天井からつるされている.

    ceiling=天井
  8. suspend payment
    支払いを停止する
  9. He was suspended from taking part in competitions for three months.
    . 彼は 3 か月間出場停止処分を受けた.
  10. He was suspended from school for a month.
    彼は 1 か月の学を申し渡された.
  11. to answer the roll call for an absentee
    欠席者に代わって返事をする
  12. In the absence of sufficient data, the survey was given up.
    資料足のため調査は中止された。
  13. sufficient food
    十分な食料
  14. This is sufficient to show that his argument is false.
    このことだけで十分彼の議論が間違っていることが証明できる.
  15. You must get plenty of sleep.
    睡眠を十分にとらなければいけない
  16. the days of plenty
    モノの豊富な時代
  17. It's plenty long enough
    • 長さは十分だ.
    • [通例 plenty…enough で] たっぷり.
  18. There's plenty work to be done.
    やらなければならない仕事がたくさんある.
  19. an inconsistent testimony
    • inconsistent=矛盾
    • testimony 証言
  20. Your account is inconsistent with the facts.
    君の話は事実と一致しない.
  21. he acted inconsistently when he bought these stocks
    彼がこれらの株を買ったとき、彼は一貫性なく行動していた
  22. Due to the inconsistency, it was renamed.
    名称に矛盾があるために改称された。
  23. consistency of speech and action
    言行一致
  24. It consist of 5 volumes
    全5巻(から成り立つ)
  25. His conclusions do not consist with the facts.
    彼の結論は事実と一致しない.
  26. grant a scholarship to a student
    grant a student a scholarship
    • grant (A) B/grant B (to A)
    • 与える
  27. grant a child his wish
    • 人の願いなどを〉かなえる
    • [grant A B/grant B to A]
  28. I grant that he is honest.
    I grant his honesty.
    I grant him to be honest.
    彼が正直なことはいちおう認めます
  29. He is capable, I grant you, but he doesn't work hard.
    なるほど彼は能力はあるよ,でもあまり働かないね
  30. I take (it) for granted (that) people are honest.
    • take ... for granted
    • …を当然のことと思う
  31. government grants to universities
    大学への政府補助金.(交付金)
  32. restrain one's anger [curiosity]
    怒り[好奇心]を抑える
  33. restrain tears
    涙をこらえる
  34. She worked in behalf of her family.
    彼女は家族のために働いた。
  35. He made an address in behalf of―on behalf of―the staff.
    彼は職員の総代として挨拶をした
  36. commit one's ideas to writing
    〈考えなどを〉(記録・記憶などに)留めておく, とどめる((to ...)). ▼to以下の語には冠詞・所有代名詞はつかない
  37. fulfill one's commitments
    約束を果たす
  38. commitment to environmental protection
    環境保護への参加
  39. They have a commitment to politics.
    彼らは政治に深入りしている.
  40. invested capital
    投下資本
  41. order (the) proclamation of a general holiday
    法定休日を布告する(宣言
  42. 宣言*3
    • declaration
    • proclamation
    • announcement
  43. make a proclamation of one's political views
    政見発表をする(公表)
  44. good conduct
    善行
  45. sincere sympathy
    心からの同情
  46. His conduct proclaimed him a sincere man.
    His conduct proclaimed that he was a sincere man.
    (公然と示す)ふるまいからみて彼がまじめな男であることがわかった.
  47. proclaim the country (to be) a republic
    国を共和国と宣言する.
  48. a council room
    会議室.
  49. The child seized his father's arm in terror.
    怖くなって子供は父親の腕をぎゅっとつかんだ.
  50. The stolen document was soon restored to its owner.
    盗難にあった文書はまもなく所有主に返された.
  51. restore a custom
    慣習を復活させる.
  52. the restoration of money to a person
    金を人に返すこと.
  53. The result is contrary to expectation.
    結果は予想に反する
  54. The scandal led to the eventual resignation of the President.
    その醜聞は大統領の辞職にまで発展した.
  55. at some eventual time in the future
    将来のある最終的な時刻に
  56. boost sales
    売り上げを伸ばす
  57. brought to completion
    修了する
  58. competition with others for a prize
    賞の奪い合い
  59. a slight competitive advantage
    競争上のわずかな優位性
  60. fierce heat
    猛烈な暑さ
  61. It was snowing something fierce yesterday.
    きのうは特に雪が激しかった.

    something fierce=いつよりも大きく
  62. We percieved the change
    immediately.
    気付く
  63. 気付く*8
    • 〔五感により意識する〕
    • notice
    • become
    • aware ((of))
    • perceive

    • 〔悟る〕
    • realize
    • discover

    • 〔感づく〕
    • sense
    • suspect
  64. perceive the difference between right and wrong
    見分ける
  65. perceive it as a joke
    • 読み取る
    • 理解する
  66. When I first met him, I perceived him an honest man.
    わかる
  67. the exclusive right to sell the book
    独占
  68. this room is exclusively for women
    • 独占的に
    • もっぱら
    • 排他的に
  69. win by an overwhelming majority
    圧倒的に
  70. overwhelm a person with questions
    • 圧倒する
    • 困惑させる
  71. The child was overwhelmed with gifts.
    たくさん与える..with
  72. He was overwhelmed by grief.
    圧倒する

    grief=悲しみ
  73. This criticism is substantially correct.
    • おおむね
    • 大体
  74. the substance of his lecture
    大義
  75. an argument without substance
    • 実態
    • 中身
    • 実質
  76. a man of substance
    資産家

    • 財産
    • 資産
  77. I agree with you in substance.
    • 大体は
    • 実質的には
  78. make a substantial contribution
    substantial reward
    a substantial building
    a man of substantial build
    • 相当な
    • 頑丈な
  79. The company's profitability improved.
    収益性
  80. come on shore
    上陸する(沖)
  81. immigrants who came to these shores
    • この国に来た移民
    • (国、地方)
  82. on shore
    off shore
    • 上陸して
    • 岸を離れて
  83. joint efforts
    協力
  84. joint owners
    共同所有者
  85. a real estate agent
    不動産業者(人に重点がある)
  86. a ads agency
    広告代理店(=代理業務中心)
  87. a visionary thinker
    a percepective thinker
    洞察力のある
  88. the dreams of a visionary
    空想
  89. see things in their right perspective
    物事を正しく把握する力
  90. They have no perspective upon events.
    • 見通し
    • 展望


    今後のなりゆきに対し何の見通しもない.
  91. We must see the matter in its proper perspective.

    We should survey the problem in a wide perspective.
    私たちは正しい見方でその問題を見なくてはならない

    我々はその問題を広い視野に立って見るべきだ

    (全体的に正しく見る[把握する]能力・見方)
  92. The Prime Minister is trying to pursue his policies from a global perspective.
    • 視点
    • 見方
  93. stage a strike
    organize
  94. It was a well-staged production.
    • 上演する
    • 演出する

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