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Learn JLPT N2 Vocabulary: 解放 (kaihou)

Learn JLPT N2 Vocabulary: 解放 (kaihou)

Kana: かいほう
Kanji: 解放
Romaji: kaihou

Type: Noun, するverb
Meaning: release, unleashing, liberation, emancipation, setting free, deallocation (of computer memory)
JLPT level: N2

Example sentences:

私は指導者たちに対して、彼らの社会を解放し、人権を尊重し、若者や女性により多くの機会を与える必要性を強調した。
watashi wa shidoushatachi ni tai shite, karera no shakai o kaihou shi, jinken o sonchou shi, wakamono ya josei ni yori ooku no kikai o ataeru hitsuyousei o kyouchou shita.
I pressed leaders on the need to open up their societies, respect human rights, and offer more opportunities to their young people and women.

パートナーシップの看板を下ろした時点で、菊井はそうした圧力からは解放された。
paatonaashippu no kanban o oroshita jiten de, kikui wa sou shita atsuryoku kara wa kaihou sareta.
By shutting down the partnership, Kikui had freed himself from that pressure.

解放 (kaihou)

毛は朝鮮全土の解放を一貫して支持し、中国兵の提供まで提案した。
mou wa chousen zendo no kaihou o ikkan shite shiji shi, chuugoku hei no teikyou made teian shita.
As for Mao, the Chinese leader had always supported the liberation of all Korea and had even offered Chinese troops.

だから、世界のこの部分が解放され、ほんとうの力を得たと感じるためには、思想の戦いをくぐり抜けなければならない。
dakara, sekai no kono bubun ga kaihou sare, hontou no chikara o eta to kanjiru tame ni wa, shisou no tatakai o kugurinukenakereba naranai.
That is why this part of the world will be liberated, and feel truly empowered, only if it goes through its own war of ideas.

Meaning in other languages:

Chinese: 解放 (jiěfàng)
Korean: 해방 (haebang)

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