Congressの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「Congress」を含む文の意味

Q: congress should carve spending like a Thanksgiving turkey

idk Congress, spending, Thanksgiving turkey, carve

i know Thanksgiving day とはどういう意味ですか?
A: congress = American government

spending = government spending money

Thanksgiving turkey = 🍗🍗🦃 turkey meat, eaten on Thanksgiving holiday.

carve = cut, slice. 🔪
Q: Congress appropriated $5 million for International Women’s Year. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: they donated $5 million for international women's year
Q: this Congress had sat longer than any previous body while accomplishing practically nothing. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: this congress (the US government that discusses important matters) had sat longer than any other congress meeting, but still got basically nothing done
Q: Congress is expected to look favorably on the plan. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Congress does not have major problems with the plan and will probably approve it smoothly
Q: But after a Democratic-controlled Congress in 1994 passed bills proposed by President Clinton to restrict ... とはどういう意味ですか?
A: @Ri-na 意味は。。。

But after a Democratic-controlled Congress in 1994 passed bills proposed by President Clinton to restrict...

After
Congress
passed Clinton's Bill
to limit [guns]

「Congress」の類語とその違い

Q: Congress と Diet はどう違いますか?
A: DIet is the name for the legislature in Japan, while Congress is the name for the legislature in the USA and a number of other countries which have taken the name from the USA's use of it. The UK and France use "Parliament" for the same thing, as do various countries that have taken the name from one or other of these. There's no inherent difference in meaning between these terms.
Q: Congress と Parliament と Diet はどう違いますか?
A: I think they serve the same purpose for a government but the structure might be a little different for each one. In America our congress has two parts, one is the Senate which has two senators for each state, and then the other part is the House of Representatives which has a different number of representatives from each state, depending on that state's population.

「Congress」についての他の質問

Q: If our Congress is at all truly interested in encouraging the availability of health care, they "need to put the litigation genie back in the bottle."

Q.
This is what I found about the idiom.
Almost always used in the negative to denote the impossibility of such an attempt.

So, my quesion is if it means to stop the overly used litigations related to health care but it's not going to happen.
A: Yes, correct. The genie in the bottle.
Q: ‎When the Congress debates health care, they try to find ways to reduce for medical malpractice litigation, which is one of the most expensive aspects of medicine.

Q. Is "for" necessary in that sentece? in between "reduce" and "medical malpractice litigation"?
A: here reduce is used for reduction of something else like money....with for a reason is give as why they reduce

At least that's how I saw the sentence
Q: When the Congress debates health care, they try to find ways to reduce for medical malpractice litigation, which is one of the most expensive aspects of medicine.

Q. Regading the sentence above, can someone explain what and why is the most expensive aspects of medicine?
A: Malpractice = when a doctor makes a mistake leading into death or worsened condition of the patient. In cases like these in U.S the patient or family sues the doctor which leads into big compensation, millions of dollars.
Q: I wanted to be in the Congress. この表現は自然ですか?
A: i wanted to be in congress.
Q: Congress decided to appropriate $2000 for educational system. この表現は自然ですか?
A: There should be a "the" before education system.
"Congress decided to appropriate $2000 for the educational system"

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