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Learn JLPT N3 Vocabulary: 冒険 (bouken)

Learn JLPT N3 Vocabulary: 冒険 (bouken)

Kana: ぼうけん
Kanji: 冒険
Romaji: bouken

Type: Noun, するverb
Meaning: risk, venture, adventure
JLPT level: N3

Example sentences:

あなたたちはどうもいろんな冒険に出会ってきたようだな。僕を出し抜いてずるいぞ。
anatatachi wa doumo iron na bouken ni deatte kita you da na. boku o dashinuite zurui zo.
I guess that you have been having adventures, which was not quite fair without me.

僕は何週間もの間あまり忙しくて、自分のしてきた冒険のことを考える暇もなかった。
boku wa nan shuukan mo no aida amari isogashikute, jibun no shite kita bouken no koto o kangaeru hima mo nakatta.
I had been too busy for weeks to give a thought to my adventures.

冒険 (bouken)

顧客が逃げ、取引が縮小し、恐怖がひろまると、リスクをものともしないA社の冒険好きな企業文化はしぼんでいった。
kokyaku ga nige, torihiki ga shukushou shi, kyoufu ga hiromaru to, risuku o mono to moshi nai eisha no bouken suki na kigyou bunka wa shibonde itta.
As the customers fled, the trades shrank, and the fear spread, company A’s long-standing culture of swashbuckling risk-taking began to fade.

これ以上冒険すると間違いなく戦争になると認識するようになったときでさえ、それが小規模で短期間のものにすぎないだろうと考えていた。
kore ijou bouken suru to machigai naku sensou ni naru to ninshiki suru you ni natta toki de sae, sore ga shoukibo de tankikan no mono ni suginai darou to kangaete ita.
Even when he came to see that further ventures might entail a war he felt that it would be only a small one, and a short one.

Meaning in other languages:

Chinese: 冒险 (màoxiǎn)
Korean: 모험 (moheom)

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