Notionの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「Notion」を含む文の意味

Q: The notion that we can return to some mythic past for solutions to today's problems is tempting but misguided.

In the above sentence, what's the meaningof "mythic past"? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "mythic past" means an imaginary, idealized past. Here they are saying we cannot go back to how things used to be as a solution to our problems.
Q: creative notions とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Creative = new/unusual/interesting
Notions = ideas
Q: They really embraced the notion that the design process is not defined by what you can build or find, it can be very much part of the production designer’s or the art department’s collaboration. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means that the design process is something that is not based on what is built but the making and collaboration of the art department
Q: notion of power run the gamut とはどういう意味ですか?
A: I'm not sure about this one. Maybe it needs more context.
To "run the gamut" means to go as far as it can go.
Q: notions of beauty とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "idea of beauty"

example: Is your notion of beauty clean skin and long hair?

「Notion」の使い方・例文

Q: notion を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Sometimes a great notion came over the big Chief to body slam nurse Crotchett. As leadbelly famously sung “sometimes I live in the city, sometimes I live on the town, sometimes I get a crazy notion to jump off a bridge and drown”.

Ken Kesey’s last book was “sometimes a great notion” set in an Oregon logging community, but the chief and the nurse are from “one flew over the cuckoos nest”. Leadbelly is given credit for an earlier Further ode to sanity “goodnight Irene “.
Q: notion of を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Notion refers to an idea that is commonly accepted or known

For example;
- Many foreign learners downloaded HiNative with the notion that it can improve their command in their languages.
- The students had a notion about the school rules.
- The notion of how we need to brush our teeth twice a day has been accepted worldwide
Q: notion を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: That was a kind notion.
Q: notion を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: It depends on which definition you're using



She had a notion to call her friend at work.

Or..

I had no notion of what her words meant.

「Notion」の類語とその違い

Q: notion と belief はどう違いますか?
A: Try this: https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/283977/what-is-the-distinction-between-notion-and-idea
Q: notions と concept はどう違いますか?
A: Notion is a belief about something while concept is a rough idea.
Q: notion と concept はどう違いますか?
A: There is a very fine line between notion and concept. Personally, I identify a concept as a theory of some kind and a notion as an idea (basically the same thing). However, native speakers put very little thought into the distinction, since both words are synonymous.
Q: notion と theory はどう違いますか?
A: @Esho4 A notion is a concept or thought. A theory is an (attempt at) an explanation of something.
Q: notion と concept はどう違いますか?
A: Pretty similar. Notion makes me think more of an individual person's understanding, whereas concept is more like the general idea.

「Notion」を翻訳

Q: i would like to ask about the notion of "have been made"
is it " have been recognised/caught" or "have been duped"? は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: Both is right, the latter part is more of an informal English
Q: abstract notion such as the purpose each animal served i dont get the meaning of it は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Do you mean for food? We don’t really have anything like that in English. We don’t have the same respect for animals and where our food comes from.
Q: notion mean in english U.S は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: QAの全文をご確認ください
Q: notions (d'une langue) は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: concepts ( of a language )

「Notion」についての他の質問

Q: The notion that men work outside the home and women take care of their kids and housework is deeply rooted in the Japanese society. この表現は自然ですか?
A: × The notion that men work outside the home and women take care of their kids and housework is deeply rooted in the Japanese society.
✓ The idea of men working outside the home and women taking care of the kids and doing the housework is deeply rooted in Japanese society.

Q: ** On the notions of a reading and that of a lecturer about hydraulic fracking **
There are two opposite views regarding hydraulic fracking. Generally, lecturer opposes the fracking idea whereas the reading defends this.
Reading states that the more the production the less the energy price. More over,it believes that fracking increases job opportunities which leads to the more prosperity. On the other hand, Lecturer notes that this technology is not accepted economically. She argues that while it increases the amount of gas production, it also increases home price, because a lot of workers with their family will migrate to around the operation zone. Because of increasing population, Related states would then have to spend more for police and schools.
Regarding with safety issues, reading believes that additives which are used in hydraulic fracking are environmentally friendly. These additives neither cause water contamination nor radioactive pollution. On the other hand, lecturer believes that these materials do cause ground water pollution, because they contain cancer causing elements like methane and radium. Lecturer adds that water evaporation also causes air contamination which leads to respiratory illness.
Finally, reading mentions that hydraulic fracking is the future of energy industry. But the lecturer says that the amount of gas reservoirs in United States are over-estimated. They are the first energy resource because the government gives them the most attention. If it invests in gas resources and renewable resources equally, then solar and wind energy would compete with the former of the two. この表現は自然ですか?
A: I am so sorry for the late answer! I'll try to get back to you more quickly next time.

There are two main contrasting views regarding hydraulic fracking. Generally, those lecturing the subject oppose it, whereas reading tends to defend it.
Most sources claim that the method is beneficial, since more oil means a lower price. Furthermore, it states that fracking increases job opportunities. On the other hand, speakers note that this technology is not accepted economically. They argue that, while it increases the amount of gas production, it also requires more money to be paid in order to develop the area. Workers will migrate with their family to the operation zone, which would lead to more police and school costs.
Regarding safety issues, studies believe that chemicals used in hydraulic fracking are environmentally friendly. They cause neither water contamination nor radioactive pollution. This is contrary to the lecturers’ opinion, as they believe groundwater pollution does occur, since the process involves cancer-causing elements such as methane and radium. These polluted waters evaporate, leading to respiratory illnesses through air contamination.
Finally, written accounts indicate that hydraulic fracking the the future of the energy industry. However, professors say that the amount in gas reservoirs is overestimated. They are the first energy resource because the government gives it the most attention. If they invested in gas and renewable sources equally, then it is possible solar and wind energy could compete with former.

This is a very difficult topic, and one I don't know much about. But you sounded very educated when I read through it.
Reading and lecturer are strange choices to use when talking about the sides. I used several different words throughout the edit I did above. Lecturer isn't super common, and occasionally reading sounds strange in the sentence.
Additives is a good word, but it is used when describing ingredients in food. In this context, I believe a different word would be more appropriate. Other than that, excellent as always!
I never really specified this is the past, but when I change something you wrote, it doesn't always mean you're wrong. Sometimes, it's just an alternative option that might sound nicer or explain the meaning better. You usually aren't doing much incorrect; your writing is very good.

If you don't mind me asking, what are all these essays for? Are you taking a class?
Q: the once radical notion that birds ..... from dinosaurs ...... stronger and stronger since paleontologists first started taking it seriously a couple of decades ago.
a)descended/has grown
b)have descended/grew
c)had descended/had grown
d)descended/is grown
e)are descending/was growing
which one or ones are correct and why others not?
A: A) add ‘are’- “are descended”,
B) grew isn’t the correct wording here,
C) not ‘had descended’- use have/are, not ‘had grown’- use has,
D) not ‘is grown’, instead “has grown”,
E) this doesn’t work at all, ‘are descending’ speaks in the present tense about a past event, and ‘was growing’ doesn’t fit into the context of the sentence it’s in.

Best option: “are/have descended” and “has grown”
Q: This whole notion that it was a honour to be taken out for dinner by Danny collided with a feeling that she was losing her battle. この表現は自然ですか?
A: This whole notion that it was supposed to be [an] honour to be taken out for dinner by Danny collided with [the] feeling that she was losing her battle.
Q: What does " the notion of there being a single Celtic Britain" mean?
A: Notion means idea. The Celts lived in the British Isles before the Roman invasion, before the Angles and Saxons and Vikings invaded. Celtic people may have had one leader, rather than dividing Britain between different Kings - a single country.

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