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Learn JLPT N1 Vocabulary: 発生 (hassei)

Learn JLPT N1 Vocabulary: 発生 (hassei)

Kana: はっせい
Kanji: 発生
Romaji: hassei

Type: Noun, のadjective, するverb
Meaning: outbreak, spring forth, occurrence, incidence, generation (e.g. of power or heat), genesis, origin, ontogeny, development of complex multicellular structures from cell(s) in a simple state
JLPT level: N1

Example sentences:

実をいえば、移動に12時間以上もかかるところのホテルに私が滞在しているときにワシントンで大きな決断がおこなわれたり大きな問題が発生したりしたことが、国務長官だった4年間に何度もあった。
jitsu o ieba, idou ni juuni jikan ijou mo kakaru tokoro no hoteru ni watashi ga taizai shite iru toki ni washinton de ooki na ketsudan ga okonawaretari ooki na mondai ga hassei shitari shita koto ga, kokumu choukan datta yo’nenkan ni nando mo atta.
In fact, during my four years as Secretary some of the biggest problems and decisions made back in D.C. occurred when I was twelve hours away in some hotel overseas.

ムバラク政権の崩壊とシナイ半島での混乱発生後、イスラエルにもガスを送っていたこれらのパイプラインは、しばしば攻撃と妨害行為の対象となり、ヨルダンへのエネルギー供給も中断された。
mubaraku seiken no houkai to shinai hantou de no konran hasseigo, isuraeru ni mo gasu o okutte ita korera no paipurain wa, shibashiba kougeki to bougai koui no taishou to nari, yorudan e no enerugii kyoukyuu mo chuudan sareta.
After the fall of Mubarak and the rise of instability in the Sinai, those pipelines, which also carried gas to Israel, became the frequent target of attacks and sabotage, interrupting the flow of energy into Jordan.

発生 (hassei)

発生する気体は、好都合なことに、液体のときよりもさらに可燃性が高い。
sassei suru kitai wa, koutsugou na koto ni, ekitai no toki yori mo sara ni kanensei ga takai.
The resulting gas, conveniently, is even more flammable than the liquid.

スーダン、モーリタニア、エジプトでも米国の外交施設の外で似たようなデモが発生した。
suudan, mooritania, ejiputo demo beikoku no gaikou shisetsu no soto de nita you na demo ga hassei shita.
In Sudan, Mauritania, and Egypt similar demonstrations were taking place outside American outposts.

Meaning in other languages:

Chinese: 发生 (fāshēng)
Korean: 발생 (balsaeng)

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