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Learn JLPT N1 Vocabulary: 必然 (hitsuzen)

Learn JLPT N1 Vocabulary: 必然 (hitsuzen)

Kana: ひつぜん
Kanji: 必然
Romaji: hitsuzen

Type: Noun, のadjective, なadjective
Meaning: inevitable, necessary, certain, sure, inevitability, necessity
JLPT level: N1

Example sentences:

政策は必然的に、バランスをとりながら決定される。できれば間違った選択よりも正しかった選択を多くしたい。
seisaku wa hitsuzenteki ni, baransu o torinagara kettei sareru. dekireba machigatta sentaku yori mo tadashikatta sentaku o ooku shitai.
Inevitably, making policy is a balancing act. Hopefully we get it more right than wrong.

準備もなく任務に放り込まれた兵士は自信を失うし、また、必然的に上司に対する信頼も失う。
junbi mo naku ninmu ni hourikomareta heishi wa jishin o ushinau shi, mata, hitsuzenteki ni joushi ni tai suru shinrai mo ushinau.
Soldiers given a task they haven’t been prepared for lose confidence in themselves and, fatally, in their leaders.

必然 (hitsuzen)

私はテクノロジーがすべてを決すると確信しているが、歴史の必然は信じていない。
watashi wa tekunorojii ga subete o kessuru to kakushin shite iruga, rekishi no hitsuzen wa shinjite inai.
While I am a technological determinist, J am not a historical determinist.

必然的にどのような国家でも、命令を発し、法律を制定する少数の政治的指導者や、それらの命令や法律に従う大勢の一般人が存在せざるを得ない。
hitsuzenteki ni dono you na kokka demo, meirei o hasshi, houritsu o seitei suru shousuu no seijiteki shidousha ya, sorera no meirei ya houritsu ni shitagau taisei no ippanjin ga sonzai sezaru o enai.
Inevitably, any state has to have a few political leaders giving orders and making laws, and lots of commoners obeying those orders and laws.

Meaning in other languages:

Chinese: 必然 (bìrán)
Korean: 필연 (pil-yeon)

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