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以下の文の和訳をお願いします。 But the Olympics will heighten global scrutiny of Japan’s containment and cleanup efforts at the stricken Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, about 155 miles north of Tokyo. Recent revelations of leaks of contaminated water from the site had cast a pall on Tokyo’s bid in its final weeks.


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 しかしオリンピックは、東京から約155マイルしか離れていない、損傷している福島第1原発を、日本がどのように格納し汚染除去の努力をしているかについてる世界中の監視の目が厳しくなるであろう。  当原発からの汚染水の漏洩が最近公になったことは、開催地選択の最後の過程で、東京を開催地とする案に、暗雲を投げかけている。




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  • 本日のHNKニュース記事からの質問です。冠詞関係

    本日のHNKワールドのニュース記事からの質問です。冠詞についてなのですが。 In the wake of the accident at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, nearby residents and others have questioned the safety of the Indian Point plant. at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant と、名詞がatの後にそのまま置かれているのはとても唐突に感じるのですが、定冠詞もしくは複数(又は冠詞?)は必要ないのでしょうか。 ちなみにこれ以前の内容には諸外国の施設は出てきたと思いますが、福島のは初出です。 よろしくお願いいたします。

  • 英字ニュースの和訳をお願いします。

    以下の英文の和訳をしていただきたいです。 A Tokyo Electric Power Co. executive created a stir Friday by stating that he doesn’t believe the radioactive water leaks at the Fukushima No. 1 plant are under control — contradicting Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s bold assertions in Tokyo’s Olympics presentation in Buenos Aires. During the Tokyo bid team’s appeal for the 2020 Games on Sept. 7, Abe assured the International Olympic Committee that “the situation is under control” and “the effects from the contaminated water have been perfectly blocked within the (artificial) bay” of the wrecked nuclear complex. At a meeting Friday in Koriyama, Fukushima Prefecture, however, Kazuhiko Yamashita, Tepco’s top technology executive, reportedly told Democratic Party of Japan lawmakers that he “does not believe (Tepco) is able to control” the situation. Later in the day, Tepco released a press release claiming Yamashita was only talking about some unexpected leaks at some of the hundreds of water tanks and other troubles at the compound, and that only the seawater in the utility’s artificial bay had been affected. “In that sense, we share the same understanding as that of the prime minister,” Tepco executive and spokesman Masayuki Ono said at Friday’s press conference at the utility’s headquarters. By saying “the situation is under control,” Abe and Tepco meant to say that the densities of the radioactive contaminants in seawater outside that bay are far below their legal limits, Ono said. In the meantime, Ono admitted that the water in the artificial bay is being constantly refreshed by the ocean, which presumably allows radioactive contaminants to be swept out to sea. Some experts say the radiation densities are being kept low by dilution rather than any steps by Tepco to “control” the flow of contaminated leaks and groundwater into the sea. Asked about this view, Ono argued that Tepco has made various efforts to control the situation, including measures to keep the melted fuel in the damaged reactors cool. Despite the fact that emergency cooling measures are the sole cause of all the radioactive water leaving the plant, Ono gave Tepco’s “measures” credit for keeping the density of the radioactive elements entering the seawater low outside the bay. よろしくお願いします。

  • 和訳お願いします。

    あるサイトに以下の文があったのですが、翻訳サイトで試してもうまくいきませんでした。 もし、お暇でしたら、よろしくお願いします。 Three of the workers battling to save Japan's stricken Fukushima nuclear plant have been taken to hospital with radiation burns. The men, of the "Fukushima fifty" hailed around the world for their work inside the plant, suffered serious leg injuries while wading through contaminated water to lay power cables to the plant. Officials said the workers, two in their twenties and one in his thirties, were exposed to irradiated water in the number 3 reactor when it seeped through their protective gear, causing them to be contaminated with a level of radiation almost twice as high as the "safe" limit. They were diagnosed as having sustained burn injuries at a Fukushima hospital, and will be sent to the National Institute of Radiological Sciences in Chiba prefecture for further tests. "This is a very regrettable situation," said chief cabinet secretary Yudio Edano. "They were in a basement area of the number 3 reactor, standing in water that was irradiated," he said. Japan's nuclear safety agency and the plant operator Tepco said the three workers were exposed to radiation amounting to 170 to 180 millisieverts, lower than the maximum limit of 250 millisieverts set by the health ministry for workers tackling the emergency. 続く

  • 時制の一致?

    Prime Minister Naoto Kan on Friday left open what the Japanese people and the international community most want to know—whether the ongoing crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant would be brought under control anytime soon—effectively saying only that the government is putting all its efforts into preventing the situation from worsening. 上記英文の plant would be broughtのwouldですがこれは left openを受けて時制の一致でしょうか? そうだとするとwant to knowはwanted to knowが適切ではないのでしょうか? それとも鎮圧できるかどうかはっきりしない様子を表すための過去形のwouldにしたのでしょうか?

  • Essayの添削をお願いします。

    Essayを書きましたので、添削をお願いします。 特に、文の構成などにアドバイスをいただけるとうれしいです。 テーマは「エネルギー問題について」です Through the Great East Japan Earthquake and the accident of Fukushima NO1 nuclear power plant, public opinions are tending to not to use nuclear power anymore. Thus, the natural power such as, water, wind and solar are attracted by many people gradually. However, the government is not fully agree with abolishing nuclear power. From my point of view, Japan shouldn't rely on nuclear power anymore. Because of the high energy, nuclear power is too hard to control, and once have a trouble with power plant, it leads to the large amount of people death and illness. What's more, the wastes from nuclear power plant can't throw away everywhere, otherwise those wastes pollute the environment. On the contrary, opponents say, if the nuclear power plant will be abolished, whole Japan will be lack of energy. Therefore, the capital of Japan, Tokyo have to carry out scheduled blackout like last summer. Because The main system in many ways like government and economy are all in Tokyo, so blackout leads to Japan's confusion. As far as I am concerned, Japan use too much energy, and you should save them. Everyone's economy is enough to making up the lack of energy. Besides, you can hope Japanese technology of using natural power. Although the large number of technologies are still not in use now, Japanese technician will discover successful way definitely.

  • 英字新聞翻訳の添削のお願い その1

    英字新聞を訳してみました。 長文が多く、かなり苦戦しました。 どなたか添削をお願いします。 (3)のprompting regulators~などなど。 (1)Tank Has Leaked Tons of Contaminated Water at Japan Nuclear Site (1)日本の原子力現場において、タンクは大量の汚染水を漏えいした。 (2)By HROKO TABUCHI Published: August 20, 2013 (2)2013年8月20日 タブチ・ヒロオ発表 (3)TOKYO- Three hundred tons of highly contaminated water has leaked from a storage tank at the ravaged Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant on Japan’s Pacific coast, its operator said Tuesday, prompting regulators to declare a “radiological release incident” for the first time since disaster struck there in 2011 and adding new fears of environmental calamity. (3)東京-”高度に汚染された300tの水は、日本の太平洋沿岸の福島第一原子力プラントの破壊された貯蔵タンクから漏れ出した“島第一原子力プラントの技師は木曜日に、2011年のそれらの見舞われた大惨事以来最初の放射性物質放出の事故を公表し、環境事故の新たな懸念を付言するために、明らかにするためにprompting regulators。 (4)Workers raced to place sandbags around the leaking tank to stem the spread of the water, contaminated by levels of radioactive cesium and strontium many hundreds of times as high as legal safety limits, according to the operator, Tokyo Electric Power, or Tepco. (4)東京電力(テプコ)オペレータによると、労働者は、放射性セシウム及びストロンチウムが何数百倍に匹敵する安全限界の量(レベル)により汚染された水の放散をせき止めるために、漏えいしているタンクの周辺に配置するための砂袋を急いだ。 意訳:東京電力(テプコ)の経営者によると、汚染水(放射性セシウム、放射性ストロンチウム濃度:安全限界の数百倍)が漏えいしているタンク周辺に配置するための砂袋を急いでいる。 (5)The tank was made more urgent by a forecast of heavy rain for the region. (5)タンクは、その地方の大雨情報により、執拗に迫られ造られた。 (6)But a Tepco spokesman, Masayuki Ono, acknowledged that much of the contaminated water had seeped into the soil, which would have to be dug up and removed. (6)しかし、テプコのスポークスマンのオノマサユキは、大量の汚染水が土壌に浸みこみ、そしてそれは掘り起こされるだろうと認めた。

  • 英字新聞の翻訳 添削のお願い

    英字新聞を訳しました.日本語として自然なものになるように心がけてのですが,その分誤訳してそうな気がします.どなたか添削(解説)していただけないでしょうか. (1)TOKYO (Reuters) – A worker at Japan's tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant died on Saturday, plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Co said, bringing the death toll at the complex to three since a massive earthquake and tsunami in March. (2)Despite the prolonged nuclear crisis, Prime Minister Naoto Kan is set to announce at a G8 summit in France that Japan will keep using nuclear power, the Yomiuri newspaper said. (3)The cause of the worker's death was unknown. (4)The man, in his 60s, was employed by one of Tokyo Electric's contractors and started working at the plant on Friday. He was exposed to 0.17 millisieverts of radiation on Saturday, Tokyo Electric said. (5)The Japanese government's maximum level of exposure for male workers at the plant is 250 millisieverts for the duration of the effort to bring it under control.                                   (1)東京(ロイター)津波で麻痺した福島の第一原子力プラントの日本人作業員が土曜日に死亡した. 東京電力の作業員は述べた.3月の巨大地震および(巨大な)津波以来,死に至っている死亡者数は3人 →特に後半部分は自信がありません. (2)総理大臣菅直人は長期の核の危険にもかかわらず,日本は原子力を使うことを続けることをフランスで行われるG8サミットにおいて,公表することになるだろうと読売新聞は伝えた. (3)この作業員死亡のケースは不明である. (4)作業員(60代)は東京電力の契約業者の一つにより雇用されていた.そして,金曜日にそのプラントで働くことをはじめが,土曜日に0.17シーベルトの放射線に曝されたと東京電力は述べた. (5)日本政府はプラントの男性作業員に関する最大被爆レベルは,それを制御する期間中250ミリシーベルトである.

  • 英訳をお願いします。

    英訳をお願いします。 【日本語文→英語の訳文】 ●2020年のオリンピック開催都市が東京に決まった。 It was decided that the Olympics host city in 2020 would be Tokyo. または、Tokyo was selected as the Olympics host city in 2020. ●多くの関係者や政府もその決定に喜んでいる。 Many persons concerned and Japanese governments official were also pleased with the determination. ●景気回復や、東日本大震災の被災者に明るさと元気を取り戻せるばかりでなく、その経済効果は3兆円ともいわれるからだ。 Because the victim of East Japan great earthquake can regain are not only brightness, hope and energy, and the economic recovery for many the Japanese nation, but (also) the effect of economic will be around 3 trillion yen. ●しかし、東日本大震災の復興や、毎日400トンもの汚染水が漏れているという福島の原発への対策が後回しにされ、風化されてしまい、被災者の希望には決してつながらないと、私は強い疑念をいだく。 However, revival of the East Japan great earthquake and the measure against the nuclear power plant of Fukushima that no less than 400 tons of polluted water leaked out every day, and the problem was postponed and never lead to disaster victims' hope, I will bear a strong doubt. (「汚染」という場合はpollutedだと思ったのですが辞書には contaminatedもあって、どちらがいいのかわかりません。([英辞郎]は持っていないです) 私は、以前から、英語で日記を書いているのですが、 「日記は、『過去形past tense』で書く」と教わってきて、  未来的なことを書こうとすると、 それがどうしても浮かんでこない(would be とかshould be程度しか出てこない)し、 無理に未来の形にしようとすると、日記(過去)の世界から飛び出して、普通の未来形になってしまいます。(それでもいいのでしょうか)

  • 英文の和訳

    次の英文の和訳をお願いします。 Seeking to capitalise on public distrust of nuclear power, Ozawa said his party aims to wean Japan from its dependence on nuclear power, which accounted for about 30 percent of Japan's power needs before last year's Fukushima disaster. This is Ozawa's fourth political party since 1993 , when he broke ranks with the Liberal Democratic Party(LDP). He then devoted the last two decades to creating,and then breaking up,alternative parties to the LDP, earning him the nickname "Destroyer".Ozawa's influence has faded lately,partly due to voter distate for his old-style politics. 宜しくお願いします。

  • host the damaged nuclear

    NHKからの抜粋です Fukushima Prefecture hosts the damaged nuclear power plant. 昨日、英英辞典をネットで探していたらWordNetをいうソフトを見つけました。 これで調べるとhostの意味は以下です: host -- (be the host of or for; "We hosted 4 couples last night") => feast, banquet, junket -- (provide a feast or banquet for) => wine and dine -- (provide with food and drink, usually lavishly) => emcee, compere -- (act as a master of ceremonies) => do the honors -- (act as the host and receive or introduce one's guests) 手持ちの英日辞典で調べても大差ありません。 何故にhostを使うのでしょうか。悪意を感じます。記事内容に関連するのでしょうか。 全文は以下です: South Korean experts have begun a field study in Japan to determine whether Seoul should keep its import ban on seafood from Fukushima and seven other prefectures. ***Fukushima Prefecture hosts the damaged nuclear power plant.*** The seven-member research group set up by South Korea's government visited Japan's agriculture and fisheries ministry in Tokyo on Monday. Fisheries Agency chief Kazuyoshi Honkawa told the group the agency is monitoring marine products strictly to ensure that only safe seafood circulates at home and abroad. He asked them to fully examine Japan's safety measures and file an appropriate report with their home government. The experts replied that South Korean consumers are highly concerned about the issue of food safety. They said they will scrutinize the procedures Japanese fisheries workers use for handling products and their findings will be reflected in their decision on whether to end the import ban. During the five-day fact-finding trip, the group will visit the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant to see how workers are trying to prevent radioactive water from leaking into the sea. They also plan to watch test fishing off Fukushima Prefecture. The experts are to visit other prefectures in a second trip next month. South Korea has banned seafood imports from Fukushima and seven other prefectures since September last year.