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「Industrial」を含む文の意味

Q: The Industrial Revolution is a long train of changes. とはどういう意味ですか?
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「Industrial」を翻訳

Q: Industrial は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: industrial
Q: Produção Industrial は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
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「Industrial」についての他の質問

Q: The Industrial Revolution in Japan came up in the middle of the nineteenth century, with the sudden appearance of the U.S. East India Squadron in Tokyo Bay. Matthew Perry, the commodore of the steam-powered fleet and plenipotentiary of the United States, forced the dynasty of Shogun, the samurai emperor, to open up a diplomatic relation with the U.S. Before the treaty negotiations in Yokohama, Perry presented the Japanese side with the latest American industrial products of the time. In particular, a demonstration of the Morse telegraph system and a steam locomotive (one-quarter scale) extremely surprised the samurai officers. This was the first time the Japanese had the opportunity to see the fruits of the industrial revolution with their own eyes. この表現は自然ですか?
A: × The Industrial Revolution in Japan came up in the middle of the nineteenth century, with the sudden appearance of the U.S. East India Squadron in Tokyo Bay.
✓ The Industrial Revolution in Japan occurred in the middle of the nineteenth century, with the sudden appearance of the U.S. East India Squadron in Tokyo Bay.

× Matthew Perry, the commodore of the steam-powered fleet and plenipotentiary of the United States, forced the dynasty of Shogun, the samurai emperor, to open up a diplomatic relation with the U.S. Before the treaty negotiations in Yokohama, Perry presented the Japanese side with the latest American industrial products of the time.
✓ Matthew Perry, the commodore of the steam-powered fleet and plenipotentiary of the United States, forced the dynasty of Shogun (the samurai emperor), to open a diplomatic relationship with the U.S. Before the treaty negotiations took place in Yokohama, Perry presented the latest American industrial products of the time to the Japanese nation.

× In particular, a demonstration of the Morse telegraph system and a steam locomotive (one-quarter scale) extremely surprised the samurai officers.
✓ In particular, the demonstration of the Morse telegraph system and the steam locomotive (one-quarter scale) surprised the samurai officers.

Q: Industrial revolution
Sodium carbonate emerges as a necessity in real life
At the time, the rich wore clothes made of expensive silk, wool, and linen. The industrial revolution mass-produces cotton cloth and supplies it at low prices.
Cotton cloth came out dull gray on the loom, so it had to be bleached clean and chemically treated before dyeing or imprinting.
For this reason, the future of the textile industry in France and England at that time depended on this rare material.
In addition, a growing number of paper and glass factories demanded more laundry soda. この表現は自然ですか?
A: × Industrial revolution
✓ The Industrial Revolution

× Sodium carbonate emerges as a necessity in real life
✓ Sodium carbonate emerges as an indispensable tool in the textile industry.

× At the time, the rich wore clothes made of expensive silk, wool, and linen.
✓ At the time, the rich wore clothes made of expensive silk, wool, and linen. (Were all of the clothes expensive? If so, place “expensive” after “wore.” If not, consider removing it.)

× The industrial revolution mass-produces cotton cloth and supplies it at low prices.
✓ The industrial revolution allowed factories to mass-produce cotton cloth and supply it to consumers at low prices.

× Cotton cloth came out dull gray on the loom, so it had to be bleached clean and chemically treated before dyeing or imprinting.
✓ The cotton cloth that was produced during this period had to be bleached and chemically treated before dyeing or imprinting because natural cotton is a dull gray.

× For this reason, the future of the textile industry in France and England at that time depended on this rare material.
✓ The future of the textile industry in France and England depended on sodium carbonate because of this inconvenient fact.

× In addition, a growing number of paper and glass factories demanded more laundry soda.
✓ In addition, the growing number of paper and glass factories demanded laundry soda.

Is this for a PowerPoint presentation? Fortunately, I’ve dealt with a few too many!😊
Q: In the 4th Industrial Revolution era, platform work is the most talked about. Platform workers who look for jobs and provide services with smartphone applications or computers are growing in both number and their range of services. By law platform workers don't belong to any company; they are independent contractors. The gig economy based on workers from online platforms has already been embeded in our daily lives. この表現は自然ですか?
A: × The gig economy based on workers from online platforms has already been embeded in our daily lives.
✓ The gig economy based on workers from online platforms has already been embedded in our daily lives.

Q: "Industrial Revolution and the enlightenment"の発音を音声で教えてください。
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Q: With the new Industrial Revolution came a new means of production required the establishment of large businesses この表現は自然ですか?
A: @Ohmylittletongtong: sounds good!

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