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Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 施 (shi)

Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 施 (shi)

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MEANING:

give, bestow, perform, alms

HOW TO READ:

On: shi, se
Kun: hodoko.su

JLPT LEVEL: N1

COMPOUNDS:

施す (hodokosu): to do, to donate
施し (hodokoshi): charity
実施 (jisshi): enforcement, implementation, carrying out
施行 (shikou): execution, enforcing
施策 (shisaku): policy, measure
施政 (shisei): government, administration
施工 (shikou): construction, formation
施設 (shisetsu): institution, facility
施錠 (sejou): locking
布施 (fuse): alms, offerings
施薬 (seyaku): free medicine
施主 (seshu): donor, benefactor
施術 (shijutsu): medical treatment
施米 (semai): donating rice
施肥 (sehi): manuring, fertilization
施療 (seryou): free medical treatment
公共施設 (koukyoushisetsu): public facilities

EXAMPLE SENTENCES:

この禁令が施行された影響は、決して小さくない。
kono kinrei ga shikou sareta eikyou wa, kesshite chiisakunai.
The power of this taboo should not be underestimated.


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建築計画はよかったものの、その施工はお粗末だった。
kenchiku keikaku wa yokatta mono no, sono sekou wa osomatsu datta.
The building plan was good, but its execution was poor.

この施設の大きさと形状は平和的計画と矛盾します。
kono shisetsu no ookisa to keijou wa heiwateki keikaku to mujun shimasu.
The size and configuration of this facility is inconsistent with a peaceful program.

体制に対する忠誠度調査は、ものものしい名称のついた各段階に分けて実施された。
taisei ni taisuru chuuseido chousa wa, monomonoshii meishou no tsuita kaku dankai ni wakete jisshi sareta.
The loyalty surveys were carried out in various phases with inspiring names.

公共部門借り入れの資金調達を容易にするため、ほかの施策も合わせて発表された。
koukyou bumon kariire no shikin choutatsu o youi ni suru tame, hoka no shisaku mo awasete happyou sareta.
Other measures to help fund the public sector borrowing requirement were also announced.

わたしたちの存在は保安システムや外柵やモニターなどに投入される資金を約束する同時に、こういう施設で働く人々に彼らがいまも重要な人間であることを示す。
watashitachi no sonzai wa hoan shisutemu ya gaisaku ya monitaa nado ni tounyuu sareru shikin o yakusoku suru douji ni, kou iu shisetsu de hataraku hitobito ni karera ga ima mo juuyou na ningen de aru koto o shimesu.
Our presence not only promised money for security systems and fencing and monitors and the like; it also indicated to the men and women who worked in these facilities that they still in fact mattered.

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