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小説の中の "We shall dominate the skies and soar above all." という文の和訳がうまくできません。 これは○○財閥のmottoだそうで、設定としては and they were a high-class samurai family for many years in the story, they're now a zaibatsu they descended from samurai not as rich as fujiwara or toyotomi ... but still lots of money very wealthy で、このmottoのイメージとしては it's a fancy word for fly well, it's much more substantial than the word 'fly' it's like, 'you're on top of the world' you're above everything you're free you're superior it's not just flying, it's SOARING だそうです。私が「君臨する」という言葉を使おうとしたら 「そこまで威張っていない、ただselfishなだけだ」とのことでした。 どなたかおわかりになる方、宜しくお願いいたします。

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社是とのことですから、確かに「君臨する」は不適切な感じを受けます。ただし、こういう社是は、訳した場合にいかにも社是らしくないといけないので、面倒ですね。 一例だけあげてみますね。 「世界を視野に、だれよりも天高く羽ばたくべし」

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「~~べし」この表現いいですね。「「世界を視野に」なるほど。 それにichi-kumiさんは日本語についてもよくご存知ですね。ありがとうございました。

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