# Marginの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

## 「Margin」を含む文の意味

Q: margin of error とはどういう意味ですか?
A: in this case, "margin of error" is a specific term related to statistics, so "range of error" would probably be understood but it does not sound natural.

"Margin of error" can be used to refer to a something similar outside of statistics, but the phrase itself is a reference to its meaning in statistics:

"That airport has a mountain on one side and the ocean on the other, so the pilot has a very small MARGIN OF ERROR when landing the plane."

Meaning the pilot has to be very precise when landing the plane to avoid disaster. Any small mistake one way or another could crash the plane.
Q: by a wide margin とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means by a big amount. "They fell short of their fundraising target by a wide margin". "The penalty kick went over the crossbar by a wide margin".
Q: 'to be on the margin of sth' とはどういう意味ですか?
A: To be almost there
Q: margin とはどういう意味ですか?
A: a range between two things (ex. a margin of error- and area/segment where a mistake could be made)
Q: margin とはどういう意味ですか?
A: A margin is the sides of a paper that are left blank.

## 「Margin」の使い方・例文

Q: margin を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I allowed a margin of 2 hours.

The company has a large profit margin.

I will leave my notes in the comments margin of your paper.
Q: margin 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: narrow margin を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: They won by a narrow margin: 5-4.
Antonym: They won by a landslide: 14-1
Q: margin を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Our profit margin is very small.
We have no margin for error!
This land is of marginal quality.

## 「Margin」の類語とその違い

Q: margin と profit はどう違いますか？
A: A profit margin measures in percentages while profit is measured in money (dollars, cents, etc.)
Q: margin と edge はどう違いますか？
A: Edge is where the sides of the paper end. A margin is a measurement of about 1 inch inward from the edge of the paper.
Q: by a wide margin と by a long shot はどう違いますか？
A: "We won by a wide margin" - "we won by many points"

"Did you win?"
"Not by a long shot" - "not even close"

## 「Margin」を翻訳

Q: margin は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか？
A: QAの全文をご確認ください

## 「Margin」についての他の質問

Q: Furthermore, being good and doing well can be achieved by accepting a lower margin profit. When money is not the top priority, companies can focus on the quality of their products and services, which will lead to customer satisfaction. When customers are pleased, it will be
beneficial for businesses because the company and its customers could establish a long-term relationship.
To conclude, when companies work ethically, they will naturally prevail over the competition because customers believe in trustworthy businesses that can deliver honest and quality products and services. Ethics and profits coexist. この表現は自然ですか？
A: × When money is not the top priority, companies can focus on the quality of their products and services, which will lead to customer satisfaction.
✓ When money is not the top priority, companies can focus on the quality of their products and services, which will lead to better customer satisfaction.

× When customers are pleased, it will be
✓ When customers are pleased, it is

× beneficial for businesses because the company and its customers could establish a long-term relationship.
✓ beneficial for businesses because the company and its customers are able to establish a long-term relationship.

× To conclude, when companies work ethically, they will naturally prevail over the competition because customers believe in trustworthy businesses that can deliver honest and quality products and services.
✓ To conclude, when companies work ethically, they will naturally prevail over the competition because customers believe in trustworthy businesses that can deliver honest and good quality products and services.

× Ethics and profits coexist.
✓ Ethics and profits correlate.

‘Coexist’ means that they do not affect each other in any way (good or bad). ‘Correlate’ means that they are connected.
Q: 写真の文の中の、最後の、
『but only at the margins』の意味を教えて下さい。

よろしくお願い致します！
A: This basically means 'superficially.'

"At the margins" is an idiom that means the metaphorical edge of something. So, the margins of society would be people who are part of society, but only barely (like the very poor).

The margins of the policy would be rules and regulations that don't affect a large number of people, or which will have only minor impact.
Q: What does "margins and guidance (in 6th paragraph)" mean?

Context>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Stocks fell sharply Tuesday, giving up earlier gains as traders were left disappointed with the latest batch of earnings while interest rates jumped to levels not seen in years.

The Dow were down more than 500 points after dropping more than 600 points, with 3M as the worst-performing stock in the index. The S&P 500 fell 1.6 percent, with consumer staples and technology sliding. The Nasdaq declined 2 percent as shares of Facebook, Amazon, Alphabet and Netflix all dropped more than 4 percent.

"Investors have high expectations for earnings," said Kate Warne, an investment strategist at Edward Jones. "At the same time, a lot of people are asking: Does it get better from here? I think that's why we're seeing such shifts in the market."

Before the bell, 3M reported quarterly earnings that met analyst expectations, but the stock dropped about 7 percent. Caterpillar also erased earlier gains, trading 6.3 percent lower.

Investors initially cheered the latest corporate earnings, sending the Dow higher by 131 points at its session high. United Technologies, Verizon and Coca-Cola reported better-than-expected earnings.

"I just think rates are a wet blanket. Plus look at the response to earnings. Look at Google, 3M, Caterpillar was up \$6 this morning, and now its down \$7. It's this violent reaction to earnings," said Peter Boockvar of Bleakley Financial Group. "When you get this type of earnings performance it tells you a lot is priced in and people are looking at margins and guidance. When rates rise people have less tolerance for any mistakes. Even the slightest hiccup, or wrinkle is being highlighted in this type of environment," Boockvar said.
A: Hahaha this is rather spefic to finance.
In this context:
Margin(Financial accounts) refers to the income statements of the company.

Guidance refers to the projections of the earnings of the near future. This guides investors and reduces the likelihood of overvaluation.
(this is very simplified, but I hope this answers your question.) :)
Q: what does 'margins of society' mean???
A: A "margin" is the edge or border of something. The "margins of society" refers to people who exist (figuratively, not physically) at the edges of society. People who live outside of socially accepted norms, or who lack social power. It can refer to: homeless peope, poor people, criminals, mentally ill people, discriminated racial/religious groups, etc.
Q: He was sitting at the margin of the room, leaning against the wall. この表現は自然ですか？
A: I would say "edge" instead of "margin"

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