Operatingの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「Operating」を含む文の意味

Q: operating at a distance とはどういう意味ですか?
A: operating = do their work or job or assignments/ do something

at a distance = far from somewhere or afar


operating at a distance
= do their job afar
Q: operating on quicksand とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Any move you make when you are in quicksand, only makes you sink deeper.

'Operating on quicksand' means the things that you are doing in your situation is only making things worse.
Q: please confirm once it has been replaced and operating satisfactorily とはどういう意味ですか?
A: That means that you have to confirm that you have the replaced item and it is working how you’d like it to.
Q: operating carriers とはどういう意味ですか?
A: That's not a term in common use. Bit I think it means Telephone companies. Usually "land lines" (wired) not cell phone providers.
Q: Only the last of these was suited at all to the continuous operating of machines とはどういう意味ですか?
A: That means that the last reason was the only one that actually continued the machines being operated.

「Operating」の類語とその違い

Q: operating profit margin と operating profit ratio はどう違いますか?
A: Both are terms related to Economics. The operating profit margin is the benefit you make from the operations from your company, whereas the operating profit ratio is the ratio between the operating profit margin and the expenses (if I’m not mistaken, but I may).
Q: operating profit と operating income はどう違いますか?
A: They are the same
Q: operating theory と working theory はどう違いますか?

「Operating」を翻訳

Q: 你的操作贼6。 can I describe it with your operating is such cool?or other else more vividly. I would express my admiration for his game-playing. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: @Fred_Liu: como se dice .quiero esto en English ?

「Operating」についての他の質問

Q: I understand how much tired you are during operating hours. (I always appreciate for your hard work) However we have rules to keep everyone safe and happy. So please be respecful for the rules.


Does this sound natural?
A: - get rid of “much”

- you can get rid on “for” in the parenthesis or add “you” in front of the “for”

Example: “I always appreciate your hard work” OR “I always appreciate you for your hard work”

- in the last sentence, use “of” instead of “for”

Example: “so please be respectfully of the rules”
Q: "With operating system abilities, there's a limit to how many things can be controlled at once."

What does "operating system abilities" mean?
I think the speaker is talking about an esper ability to move things without touching it or something.
But I don't understand what exactly "operating system" means here.
A: "operating system abilities" is definitely not common. Even I was a little confused haha.

Usually "operating system" means the essential software in a computer. Example: Windows, Mac, Linux. These are operating systems.

So the sentence could be, "With Mac's abilities, there's a limit to how many things can be controlled at once."

If the sentence is about an esper, then I'm not sure.
Q: To become an operating room nurse, one can pass the state examination and submit it with his or her wish department when applying for the hospital. However, there must be a vacancy in the operating room to actually be placed in the operating room. That's why I'm not in a department that I can do just because I want to. However, there are many people who quits in the middle of the job, so job adds are incidentally coming out. So I will apply for a hospital with an operating room job advertisement after getting a nurse's license. Also, I will build up many specs during my school days to hospital pass.
I'd rather save a man myself than restore him through care.
And I am not good at interpersonal skills, but I think I can do well because I am good at understanding the situation around me and I am quick at it.
この表現は自然ですか?
A: I put corrections/more natural word selections in parentheses. There are a few sentences where I’m not sure what you mean, so I put a question mark. Are you able to clarify your meaning better?

To become an operating room nurse, one can pass the state examination and submit it with his or her (desired) department when applying for the hospital. However, there must be a vacancy in the operating room to actually be placed in the operating room. That's why I'm not in a department that (I want to work in). However, there are many people who quit in the middle of the job, so job adds are (often posted/coming up). So I will apply for a hospital with an operating room job advertisement after getting a nurse's license. Also, I will build up many specs (?) during my school days to hospital pass. (?)
I'd rather save a man myself than restore him through care (this sentence makes sense, but I’m not sure how it fits in the context of being a nurse, since a nurse’s job is to restore people through care - especially an operating room nurse.)
And I am not good at interpersonal skills, but I think I can do well because I am good at understanding the situation around me and I am quick at it.
Q: "For now, the operating system of Apple is safer than MS's. However MS's OS is easy to use for common people, on the other hand, easy to hack." この表現は自然ですか?
A:

It’s very good 👍

I have made a few changes to sound more natural:

​‎At the moment Apple’s operating system is safer than MS's, however MS's OS is easy for average people to use, but it is easy to hack.
Q: マシン稼働中、エリアに入らない!
During operating, you musn't enter with care! この表現は自然ですか?
A: I think it should be you must enter with care , unless you meant to say mustn't

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