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Learn JLPT N1 Vocabulary: 投入 (tounyuu)

Learn JLPT N1 Vocabulary: 投入 (tounyuu)

Kana: とうにゅう
Kanji: 投入
Romaji: tounyuu

Type: Noun, するverb
Meaning: throwing into, inserting, depositing, investment, putting in (personnel, etc.), release of a product, making (an electrical circuit)
JLPT level: N1

Example sentences:

この決定は、科学・技術関係の人的資源、資材、設備を投入する国家全体の大規模な取り組みを必要とする。
kono kettei wa, kagaku gijutsu kankei no jinteki shigen, shizai, setsubi o tounyuu suru kokka zentai no daikibo na torikumi o hitsuyou to suru.
This decision demands a major national commitment of scientific and technical manpower, materiel and facilities.

我々が飛行禁止区域にどんな投資を投入しようと、おそらくそれは少なすぎるし、遅すぎるだろう。
wareware ga hikou kinshi kuiki ni donna toushi o tounyuu shiyou to, osoraku sore wa sukunasugiru shi, ososugiru darou.
Whatever resources we dedicate for a no-fly zone would probably be too little, too late.

投入 (tounyuu)

すさまじいスピードで進化する技術についてゆくのに必要となる人にも設備にもお金が投入されていなかった。
susamajii supiido de shinka suru gijutsu ni tsuite yuku no ni hitsuyou to naru hito ni mo setsubi ni mo okane ga tounyuu sarete inakatta.
We had not invested money in the people and equipment needed to keep up with the rapidly evolving technology.

政治の世界ではサービスの価値は投入したサービスの量で判断するが、ビジネスの世界では逆に、どれほどの結果が得られるかで判断される。
seiji no sekai de wa saabisu no kachi wa tounyuu shita saabisu no ryou de handan suru ga, bijinesu no sekai de wa gyaku ni, dore hodo no kekka ga erareru ka de handan sareru.
In politics you judge the value of a service by the amount you put in, but in business you judge it by the amount you get out.

Meaning in other languages:

Chinese: 投入 (tóurù)
Korean: 투입 (tu-ib)

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