2016年10月7日 星期五

rundown, laundry list of stipulations, transfusion

Did you miss this week's talk by Rem Koolhaas? Read the Harvard Gazette's rundown.
Analysts should avoid overestimating the staying power of Sino-Russian ties. The notion of an authoritarian axis that will rewrite global order ignores the reality that China and Russia are competing with one another, too: http://ow.ly/Rf2kF


Attempts to make concessions to Russia in Europe or China in Asia in order to split them apart will fail. Quietly encouraging the fissures between...
FOREIGNAFFAIRS.COM



Run-down homes close to good schools in central Beijing are selling for higher prices than posh digs around New York’s Central Park. But their rich buyers have no intention of living therehttp://econ.st/1CLESUI


INSIDE the red-lacquered door of No. 39 Wenhua Lane in central Beijing is an old-style single-storey home built around a...
ECON.ST

Samsung's Galaxy Gear: Specs Rundown

 

 

 Japan's Latest Economic Transfusion
New York Times
The $116 billion stimulus package unveiled Friday by Japan's new prime minister, Shinzo Abe, is a step in the right direction for the world's third-largest economy and America's fourth-largest trading partner. Mr. Abe's predecessors in the center-left ...


DealBook will be live-blogging the Senate Finance Committee hearing, which is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. in Washington. In the meantime, DealBook has a rundown of some of the tough questions that Mr. Geithner is likely to confront.

The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post all lead with a rundown of the blood transfusion for two of the ailing Big Three: General Motors and Chrysler will collectively receive $13.4 billion by January, with another $4 billion on the way if Congress approves the second half of the $700 billion bailout package, from which loans will be drawn (find the quick-and-dirty version here). In exchange, the companies are expected to produce plans for long-term sustainability by the end of March, with a laundry list of stipulations from the outgoing administration.



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transfusion


 音節
trans • fu • sion
発音
trænsfjúːʒən
transfusionの変化形
transfusions (複数形)
[名][C][U]((形式))輸血(blood transfusion);注入, 移注.




rundown

Pronunciation: /ˈrənˌdoun/
[usually in singular]
  • an analysis or summary of something by a knowledgeable person:he gave his teammates a rundown on the opposition
  • 2a  reduction in the productivity or activities of a company or institution:a rundown in the business would be a devastating blow to the local economy
  • 3 Baseball an attempt by two or more fielders to tag out a base runner who is trapped between two bases:he was caught in a rundown and tagged out by the shortstop

adjective

Pronunciation: /ˈrənˈdoun/
(usually run-down)
  • 1(especially of a building or area) in a poor or neglected state after having been prosperous:a run-down, vandalized inner-city area
  • (of a company or industry) in a poor economic state.
2 [predic.] tired and somewhat unwell, especially through overwork:feeling tired and generally run-down
n.
  1. A point-by-point summary.
  2. Baseball. A play in which a runner is trapped between bases and is pursued by fielders attempting to make the tag.
adj. also run-down (rŭn'doun')
    1. In poor physical condition; weak or exhausted.
    2. Dirty and dilapidated: rundown housing projects.
  1. Unwound and not running: a run-down watch.
run something down (or run down)
phrasal verb of run
  1. 1.
    reduce (or become reduced) in size, numbers, or resources.
    "the government were reviled for running down the welfare state"
    synonyms:reduce, cut back on, cutdownsizedecrease, pare down, trim;

stip・u・la・tion
━━ n. 約定; 規定; 条件.

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