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【That, plus more efficient recovery of the discarded goods, ought to translate into huge reductions in waste."】 加えて捨てられた物のより効率の良い回収・・・ この続きが上手く訳せません。お願いします。 ちなみに前の文は 【“A lot of the consumer goods and industrial equipment could become dramatically smaller when nanotechnology comes online.】 で以下のように訳してみました。 『たくさんの消費者グッズや産業の備品はナノテクノロジーが実用化されると、劇的に小さくできるかもしれない』 【ome online 実用化される】 これはTIMEのゴミと環境にかんする文章です


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ナノテクノロジーでものが小さくなり、加えてリサイクルがもっと活発になれば、ゴミはかなり減る、というような内容だと思います。 訳はご自分で工夫なさってください。



  • 経済英語の和訳をお願いします・・

    長いと思うので、簡単な感じでも大丈夫です。 冷やかし無しでお願いします。 勉強不足ですみません・・・。 The initial proposition is, then, that administration is an identifiable activity, that it differs from the actual buying, selling, processing, or transporting of the goods, and that in the large industrial enterprise the concern of the executives is more with administration than with the performance of functional work. In a small firm, the same man or group of men buy materials, sell finished goods, and supervise manufacturing as well as coordinate, plan, and appraise these different functions. In a large company, however, administration usually becomes a specialized, full-time job. A second proposition is that the administrator must handle two types of administrative tasks when he is coordinating, appraising, and planning the activities of the enterprise. At times he must be concerhed with the long-run health of his company, at other times with its amooth and efficient day-to-day operation. The first type of activity calls for concentration on long-term planning and appraisal, the second for meeting immediate problems and needs and for handling unexpected contingencies or crises. To be sure, in real life the distinction between these two types of activities or decisions is often not clear cut. Yet some decisions clearly deal very largely with defining basic goals and the course of action and procedures necessary to achieve these goals, while other decisions have more to do with the day-to-day operations carried out within the broader framework of goals, policies, and procedures.

  • 英字新聞翻訳の添削のお願い その2

    http://okwave.jp/qa/q8967123.html の続きです。 かなり苦戦しています。 どなたか添削をお願いします。 意訳もしてみました。 (8)は、研究の支援を求めているという内容のようですが、長文でこんがらがっています。 (1)To achieve this effect, they found a way of forming the titanium dioxide, which is normally spherical in shape, into tiny nanotubes -- small rods thousands of times smaller than a human hair. (1)この効果を達成るために、彼らは二酸化チタンを形成する方法を発見したが、それは通常球状をしているが、微小なナノチューブ、人間の髪の毛より数千倍微細な棒など。 → 通常、二酸化チタンの結晶は球状であるが、化学反応をスピードアップし、球状充電時間を短縮するために、二酸化チタンの(結晶?)形状を変える合成方法、例えばナノチューブ(ヒトの髪の毛の数千分の1の太さ)を検討した。 (2)Unlike in typical lithium ion batteries, additives aren't needed to bind the electrodes to the anode, so reactions take place faster. (2)典型的なリチウムイオン電池と異なり、電極をアノード(陰極)に結合する添加剤が必要ないので、反応はより速く起こる。 (3)The researchers see the technology as especially valuable in improving the use of electric cars. (3)研究者は この技術を電気自動車使用の改善(向上)に関して特に有益(有用)と見る。 →研究チームは、この技術は、特に電気自動車の普及に貢献すると考えている。 (4)"This next generation of lithium ion batteries will enable electric vehicles to charge 20 times faster than the current technology," said a Science Daily report about the research. (4)「次世代リチウムイオン電池は、現在の技術より20倍速く充電することができる電気自動車を可能にする(だろう)。」とこの研究についてのサイエンス・デイリーのレポートはいう。 →この研究について、サイエンス・デイリーは、「次世代リチウムイオン電池は、現在の技術より20倍速く充電することができる電気自動車を可能にする(だろう)」は報告している。 (5)"With it, electric vehicles will also be able to do away with frequent battery replacements. (5)また、電気自動車は、頻発する電池交換を取り除く(抜きにする)ことができる。 →更に、報告では、「電気自動車の電池交換頻度の頻度を低減することができる。」としている。 (6)The new battery will be able to endure more than 10,000 charging cycles -- 20 times more than the current 500 cycles of today's batteries." この新しい電池は、10000回以上の充電サイクルに耐える…500サイクルの今日の電池の20倍以上。 →今日の電池の寿命は500回の充電であるが、新しい電池は今日の電池の20倍以上の10000回の充電に耐える。 (7)"With our nanotechnology, electric cars would be able to increase their range dramatically with just 5 minutes of charging, which is on par with the time needed to pump petrol for current cars," added the inventor of the titanium dioxide gel, NTU Singapore Associate Professor Chen Xiaodogn. (7)「我々のナノテクノロジーにより、電気自動車は、現在の自動車のためのガソリンスタンドの給油ポンプが必要する時間と肩を並べるほんの5分の充電により(5分充電するたけで)、それらの範囲を劇的に高まる(拡大する)ことを可能にする能力がある(可能にする)だろう。」と二酸化チタンゲルの本発明人であるシンガポールのNTUの准教授であるチェン・ジアドングは付加した。 →二酸化チタンゲルの発明者であるNTU(シンガポール)のチェン・ジアドング准教授によると、我々のナノテクノロジーは、電気自動車の充電時間はガソリン自動車の給油時間に匹敵する約5分に短縮を可能にし、電気自動車の普及を格段に高めるだろうとのことである。 (8)The researchers, whose work was just published in the journal Advanced Materials, are now seeking a grant that will allow them to build a larger-scale prototype and figure out just how much power they can pack into their new ultra-fast-charging battery. (8)研究成果がジャーナル・アドバンスマテリアルズ(先端材料誌)で発表された研究チームは、現在、それらをより大きなスケールに作りあげ、どれくらいの力が、(現象を)解明することを可能にし、どのくらいでそれらを彼らの新しい超高速充電電池に詰め込むことを可能にする助成金を探している。

  • 【和訳】和訳をお願いします。

    国連の世界貿易レポートを読んでいるのですが、イマイチ理解できません。 大変長い文章ですが、和訳していただけませんでしょうか。 どうかよろしくお願いします。 As noted above, GVC participation – or the role that individual countries play in international production networks – is driven by many different factors, from size of the economy to industrial structure and level of industrialization, composition of exports and positioning in value chains, policy elements, and others. As a result, countries with very different characteristics may be very similar in the ranking of GVC participation (figure IV.9). The GVC participation of many countries relates substantially to GVC interactions within their respective regions. Instead of a global reach, most value chains have a distinctive regional character, as shown in figure IV.10. North and Central American value chain links are especially strong, as are intra- European Union ones. The largest extraregional bilateral GVC flows are between Germany and the United States, China and Germany, and Japan and the United States, in that order. The share of global value added trade captured by developing economies is increasing rapidly. It grew from about 20 per cent in 1990, to 30 per cent in 2000, to over 40 per cent in 2010. As a group, developing and transition economies are capturing an increasing share of the global value added trade pie (figure IV.11). As global trade grows, developed economies appear to rely increasingly on imported content for their exports, allowing developing countries to add disproportionately to their domestic value added in exports. Some of the larger emerging markets, such as India, Brazil, Argentina and Turkey, have relatively low GVC participation rates. These countries may have lower upstream participation levels, both because of the nature of their exports (natural resources and services exports tend to have less need for imported content or foreign value added) and because larger economies display a greater degree of self-sufficiency in production for exports. They may also have lower downstream participation levels because of a focus on exports of so-called final-demand goods and services, i.e. those not used as intermediates in exports to third countries. Investment and trade are inextricably intertwined. Much of trade in natural resources is driven by large cross-border investments in extractive industries by globally operating TNCs. Market-seeking foreign direct investment (FDI) by TNCs also generates trade, often shifting arm’slength trade to intra-firm trade. Efficiency-seeking FDI, through which firms seek to locate discrete parts of their production processes in low-cost locations, is particularly associated with GVCs; it increases the amount of trade taking place within the international production networks of TNCs and contributes to the “double counting” in global trade flows discussed in this report.

  • 【和訳】和訳をお願いできませんでしょうか。

    国連の世界貿易レポートを読んでいるのですが、イマイチ理解できません。 大変長い文章ですが、和訳していただけませんでしょうか。 どうかよろしくお願いします。 Thus, while developing countries (25 per cent) have a lower share of foreign value added than the world average (28 per cent), their foreign value added share is significantly higher than in the United States and Japan – or than in the EU, if only external trade is taken into account. Among developing economies, the highest shares of foreign value added in trade are found in East and South-East Asia and in Central America (including Mexico), where processing industries account for a significant part of exports. Foreign value added in exports is much lower in Africa, West Asia, South America and in the transition economies, where natural resources and commodities exports with little foreign inputs tend to play an important role. The lowest share of foreign value added in exports is found in South Asia, mainly due to the weight of services exports, which also use relatively fewer foreign inputs. The average foreign value added share of exports and the degree of double counting in global exports of an industry provide a rough indication of the extent to which industries rely on internationally integrated production networks, as it proxies the extent to which intermediate goods and services cross borders until final consumption of the industry’s output. Clearly, GVCs do not equate with industries. A value chain for a given product may incorporate value added produced by many different industries (e.g. manufactured products incorporate value added from services industries). The global average shares by industry of foreign value added ignore the fact that each industry may be part of and contribute to many different value chains. The value and share of developing-country exports that depend on GVCs, because of either upstream links (foreign value added in exports) or downstream links (exports that are incorporated in other products and re-exported) is quite significant (figure IV.8). East and South-East Asia remains the region with the highest level of GVC participation, reflecting its primacy as the most important region for exportoriented manufacturing and processing activities. Central America (including Mexico) also has a high participation rate, but whereas it ranked equal with South-East Asia in terms of foreign value added in exports, it has a lower downstream participation rate, reflecting the fact that it exports relatively more to the United States domestic market rather than for onward exports.

  • 和訳がうまくできません。教えて(和訳して)下さい

    和訳がうまくできません。教えて(和訳して)下さい Your hospitality was over and beyond what anyone would expect more so since this was my first time meeting you. Please think about coming out to visit us in California.

  • 英文と和訳があります。和訳は正しいですか?

    Its provisions applied to all daimyo equally. The military lords were forbidden to: move troops outside their own frontiers; from political alliances among themselves; maintain more than one castle in their domain; marry without shogunal approval. Later prohibitions made it illegal for daimyo to do such things as coin money, enter into direct relations with the court of foreigners as coin money, enter into direct relations with the court of foreigners except with the express permission of the bakufu, ior build large ships except for trade. The military house legislation succeeded in its primary object of protecting the Tokugawa against daimyo attack and ushered in the long period of Tokugawa peace. Civil war, like religious war, became a thing of the past. 和訳 その規定はすべての大名に等しく適用された。 軍事力をもつ大名は次のようなことを禁止された:自国の国境の外に兵を動かすこと、大名同士の政治的同盟をもつこと、自分の領地に一つ以上の城をもつこと、将軍の許しなしに婚姻すること。後に制定された禁止令は大名が通貨や、通貨を用いて外国の宮廷と直接取引を開始すること、幕府の明確な許可なしに外国の宮廷と直接取引を開始する事または貿易以外の目的で大型船を建造することを非合法とした。軍事力をもつ大名への法律は、大名の攻撃から徳川を守るという一義的目的に成功し、徳川の長きにわたる平和な時代を導いた。宗教戦争のような内乱は過去の物となったのだ。

  • 英文の和訳で困っています 和訳を教えてください

    英文の和訳で困っています 和訳を教えていただきたいですよろしくお願いします!! After many had only joined with scepticism and hesitation, action against resistant farmers was announced. At the end of the 1950s there was a campaign against anyone who refused. The continuing stream of refugees towards the ‘free’ West illustrated that the SED and their programme were not particularly popular amongst the population. Within the Party voices were at once raised against Ulbricht and his practice of going along with Soviet domination. A purge was already underway at the end of the 1940s against former SPD members and those Old Communists who had come out against the merger of the KPD and the SPD. Their opposition was particularly directed against the restructuring of the SED as a Stalinist cadre Party.

  • 英文の和訳で困っています 和訳を教えてください

    英文の和訳で困っています 和訳を教えていただきたいです よろしくお願いします!! Anyone who did not comply was put under pressure, arrested and physically mistreated. The stream of propaganda continued to be pumped out right up until the spring of 1960; the socialization of the means of production was pushed through in parallel to this and the expropriation largely ‘completed’. Feeling alarmed and insecure, many farmers left the GDR with their families  And made for the Federal Republic, which had a negative effect on the supply of foodin East Germany. Ulbricht’s state transformed the LPGS into new agricultural units whenever these demonstrated readiness to be involved in cooperation above the level of the unit. The mergers led to ‘cooperatives’ , which were devoted to the cultivation of specific crops and the rearing of specific animals. The dogmatic and intolerant SED general secretary, Walter Ulbricht, who attempted to emulate Stalin in his little German Soviet state, was going to be replaced, judging by the rumours.

  • 英文の和訳で困っています 和訳を教えてください

    英文の和訳で困っています 和訳を教えていただきたいです よろしくお願いします!! The LPGS were divided into three types according to the degree of collectivization and the resulting distribution of the collective income: collective agriculture, wherever possible using meadow land and woodland; collective animal husbandry, based on the so-called ‘perspective plan’; bringing together all areas of agricultural and forestry use, machinery and equipment and all the live-stock. There were restrictions on agricultural land and the numbers of cattle for one’s own use (e.g. half a hectare per family). The mood of the Soviet people was marked both by relief and mourning. There was hope of a reduction of state terror and a relaxation in relations with the Western powers. Inevitably, as a result of the forced expropriations, there was wide-scale destruction of the identity, habits and traditions of the farming community, who lost their individuality and now had to function as collective producers.

  • 英文の和訳で困っています 和訳を教えてください

    英文の和訳で困っています 和訳を教えていただきたいですよろしくお願いします!! The FDJ was founded on 7 March 1946 and systematically built up under the leadership of the later SED general secretary, Erich Honecker, as a youth organization allegedly ‘above party affiliation’. Honecker, a roofer born at Wiebelskirchen in the Saarland, had survived to be liberated by the Red Army on 27 April 1945. In May he joined the ‘Ulbricht Group’ and as youth secretary of the CC of the KPD built up the ‘Antifa’ youth committees, which led to the founding of the FDJ in 1946. According to official statistics, approximately 70 per cent of young people between 14 and 25 in the GDR were members of the FDJ. The proportion of school pupils and students was particularly high. The officials of the FDJ were often at the same time members of the SED.