Q: In harness とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Ahhh... No, while it may seem like that word could be used there, it's not natural. Using the word 'harness' in this way would indirectly imply that one person was directly controlling the other. The phrase you are looking for is "in tandem".

Here are some examples...

1. We always work in tandem.
1. We always work together.

2. I love working in tandem with him because we handle a lot of paperwork in a flash.
2. I love working with him because we handle a lot of paperwork in a flash.

Here is a dictionary entry for this phrase:

So use "in tandem" instead of "in harness". 🙂

Q: harness とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "Harness" means to take hold of something or to be able to control something.
Q: harness とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means to grasp (obtain) and utilize something. For example. solar panels harness the power of the sun.
Q: to harness とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means to attach something to something else, usually by tying it with a rope or something similar.
Q: harness とはどういう意味ですか?
A: To use, utilize, exploit the advantages of something.

Wind turbines harness the power in the wind, for example.


Q: harness を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Ex: I harness my power
She put a harness on the horse.
Harness your energy.
He strapped the customer into their harness.
The harness supported me as I fell.
Q: harness を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I use a harness on my dog when I walk her.

You need to harness some of your energy for your work.

Harness that dog!
Q: harness を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "The horse was wearing a harness."
"I had to harness all my energy to finish writing my book."
"By harnessing the energy of the sun, the mad scientist believed he could create the worlds most dangerous bomb."
"The dog was too little for a regular leash, so we had to buy him a harness."
"If only he would harness his true potential, he could probably do really well."
Q: harness を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: QAの全文をご確認ください


Q: harness と use はどう違いますか?
A: If I understand your question correctly, to "harness" means "to control," and usually applies to more complicated tools, sets of tools, or abstract ideas. Think about "harnessing" a horse. You do that so that you can have more control over it.

"Use" simply means to hold, take, or apply a person, object, or idea.


I use Selsun Blue Shampoo to prevent dandruff.

I would use caution when driving home in the snow tonight.

If we could harness the power of the sun, we could reduce reliance on oil and coal as energy sources.

In acquiring all the stones of the Infinity Gauntlet, Thanos sought to harness the power of the universe.

Hope this helps.
Q: harness と utilize はどう違いますか?
A: Utilize- using/manipulating
harness-to control or consume
Utilizing new technologies, we are able to harness the earth's rotation for power.
Q: harness と utilize はどう違いますか?
A: "Harness" is to gather. Example sentence: She harnessed the energy of the sun.
"Utilize" is to put to use or to use to its full potential. Example sentence: She utilized her time and got everything she had to do that day done.
Q: harness と leverage はどう違いますか?
A: The horse wore a special harness.
We are trying to harness the power of nature.

The criminal's leverage over the company made it so they couldn't call the police.
This crowbar gave me just the right leverage I needed to break the lock.


Q: harness は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
Q: harness は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
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Q: What does the "harness" mean in the sentences?

The information generated by projects of this kind will allow breeders to select useful and relevant accessions and then harness the traits, genes or alleles they contain to obtain improved varieties faster
A: To use the traits.
In this case, harness is used like 使う.
Hope that helps :)
Q: (1) I will get you out of the harness. (a harness for rock climbing.)

(2) I will take you off the harness. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Usually you are taking the smaller object off the larger(a harness should be smaller than a human)

Number one is more correct. Since the harness surrounds the person you could say you are getting them out. But the difference between using “out” and “off” is little and I can’t think of any specific rule between the two, so just try to pay attention to what native speakers say for each word. (Take off your shirt, get out of the plane, etc.)

We usually use “get out off” more large objects, I don’t know why it works for harness.
Q: What does "harness" (1st paragraph) mean in this context?

Two scientists who discovered how to harness the body’s immune system to fight cancer have won the 2018 Nobel prize in physiology or medicine.

James Allison, of the US, and Tasuku Honjo, of Japan, will share the 9m Swedish kronor (£775,000) prize, announced by the Nobel assembly at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm.

The scientists’ groundbreaking work on the immune system has paved the way for a new class of cancer drugs that are already dramatically changing outcomes for patients. It is the first time the development of a cancer therapy has been recognised with a Nobel prize.

Allison said he was in a “state of shock” about having achieved “every scientist’s dream”.
A: Literally, a harness is a set of straps, bands, etc you put on an animal such as a horse in order to control it. The verb "to harness" refers to putting that harness on the animal. More figuratively, it means controlling the animal in order to make it do work for you. And completely figuratively, it has nothing to do with animals -- when you harness A, you control A in order to make it do something for you.
Q: I started on harness training with my dog and she grew accustomed to put a harness and leash. この表現は自然ですか?
A: ​​I started harness training with my dog, and she grew accustomed to putting on a harness and leash.