2017年4月27日 星期四

fare, Aldous, class warfare, amicable, farewell, amicable settlement

'We have been conducting a very nasty policy of double standards'


After almost a year of the so-called Arab Spring, some countries have fared better than others, says the German Green party spokeswoman for foreign affairs, Kerstin Müller, in this Deutsche Welle interview.




 amicable 友善的

 amicable settlement 和解


farewell

[間]((文または古風))さようなら, ごきげんよう, いざさらば. ▼長い旅路などの別れに言いかわす.
━━[名]((文または古風))
1 別れの言葉[あいさつ]
make one's farewell s
別れのあいさつをする.
2 [U][C](…への)別れ, いとまごい((to ...));別れのつどい, 送別[歓送]会
take one's farewell of [=say [bid] farewell to] ...
…に別れを告げる
He waved a farewell to his friend.
友人に手を振って別れた.
━━[形]((限定))別れの, 送別の;最後の. ⇒FARE(自)3
a farewell party
送別会
a farewell drink
別れの盃
a farewell address
告別の辞.





fare
(fâr) pronunciation

intr.v., fared, far·ing, fares.
  1. To get along: How are you faring with your project?
  2. To go or happen: How does it fare with you?
  3. To travel; go.
  4. To dine; eat.
n.
  1. A transportation charge, as for a bus.
  2. A passenger transported for a fee.
  3. Food and drink; diet: simple home-cooked fare.
[Middle English faren, from Old English faran.]
farer far'er n.


fare[fare]

  • 発音記号[féər]

[名]
1 乗車料金[賃]. ⇒PRICE[類語]
a taxi [a bus, a train, an air] fare
タクシー[バス, 鉄道, 航空]料金
a reduced fare
割引料金
half-fare
半額割引料金
a single [a double] fare
片道[往復]料金[運賃]
a fare dodger
無賃乗車をする人
All fares, please.
((車掌の言葉))料金をいただきます
What is the fare to Chicago and back?
シカゴまで往復の料金はいくらですか.
2 乗客;(特にタクシーの)客.
3 [U]((主に文))(レストランなどの)料理, 食事;(テレビなどの)出し物
a bill of fare
献立表.
━━[動](自)
1
(1) 〈人が〉やっていく, 暮らしていく
He is faring well in school.
彼は学校ではけっこうやっています.
(2) ((itを主語として))〈事が〉(…にとって)(うまく, まずく)運ぶ((with ...))
It fared poorly with him.
彼には具合の悪いことになった.
2 食べる, 食事をする;食べ物をもてなされる.
3 ((古))旅する
fare forth
出発する.


First Name Origin:

Aldous

Gender: Masculine
Usage: English
Pronounced: AWL-dus

Possibly a short form of names beginning with the Germanic element ald "old". The author Aldous Huxley was a famous bearer of this name.


又是姓
Montague Aldous , Robert Aldous , Lucette Aldous , Mick Aldous , Alan Aldousam·i·ca·ble (ăm'ĭ-kə-bəl) pronunciation
adj.
Characterized by or exhibiting friendliness or goodwill; friendly.

[Middle English, from Late Latin amīcābilis, from Latin amīcus, friend.]
amicability am'i·ca·bil'i·ty or am'i·ca·ble·ness n.
amicably am'i·ca·bly adv.


SAid和David Barsamian對談錄"文化與抵抗"( Culture and Resistance: Conversations With Edward)梁永安譯,台北:立緒,2004
Said訪問稿可試讀:
http://www.progressive.org/0901/intv1101.html
 網站資料有錯;http://db.books.com.tw/exep/prod/booksfile.php?item=0010265910
「巴薩米安(David Barsamian)科羅拉多州博爾德市「替代性電台」(
Alternative Radio)的創辦人及台長。他最近期的作品包括了…….《階級福利》(Class Walfare)」
這是錯誤的,《階級戰爭》(Class Warfare)才對。 
這個字眼的歷史,請參考本其紐約時報周日雜誌WILLIAM SAFIRE專文。其中談從「階級鬥爭」到「階級戰爭」:
Class warfare began as class struggle. In their 1848 ''Communist Manifesto,'' Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels wrote, ''The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggle'' -- in German, Klassenkämpfen. Kampf is translated as ''struggle,'' short of Krieg, ''war.'' But in 1852, the battle was rhetorically escalated in The Times of London: ''Lord Henry Lennox thinks that the pressure of taxation is unequal, and he hopes for an amicable settlement of our fatal class warfare.'' (Sounds as if Lord Henry is running for office today.) Aldous Huxley in 1927 denounced ''those who would interpret all social phenomena in terms of class warfare.''





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