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July 31, 2018

Advanced Word of the Day – 高圧 [high voltage; high pressure]

The Japanese Page Word of The Day - High Voltage

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Word of the Day: July 31, 2018

高圧

noun | こうあつ


MEANING: high voltage; high pressure (kouatsu)

EXAMPLE SENTENCE:

この電線には、高圧の電流が通っています。

このでんせんには、こうあつのでんりゅうがとおってています。
This power cable has a high voltage current.

NOTES:
高 【コウ たか.い たか】 tall;  high;  expensive; 圧 【アツ エン オウ お.す へ.す おさ.える】 pressure;  push;  overwhelm;  oppress;  dominate

VOCABULARY:
この 【this】
電線 【でんせん】 electic line; power cable
高圧 【こうあつ】 high voltage; high pressure
電流 【でんりゅう】 electric current
通っています 【とおっています】 pass through

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