# 英語ことば集め

  1. wise to do 〜するのは懸命だ
    (出典) (opens new window) When you call a method with the .foo() syntax, it’s often wise to introduce a newline and other whitespace to help break up long lines.

  2. is getting interesting 面白くなってきた
    (出典) (opens new window) Now the program is getting interesting!

  3. go over 詳しく調べる
    (出典) (opens new window) This code contains a lot of information, so let’s go over it line by line.

  4. recap 要約する、要点を繰り返す、recapitulate
    (出典) (opens new window) Let’s recap what we’ve learned so far about Cargo:

  5. only to a select few 選ばれた少数だけの
    (出典) (opens new window) Traditionally, this realm of programming is seen as arcane, accessible only to a select few who have devoted the necessary years learning to avoid its infamous pitfalls.

  6. Take, for example, 例えば
    (出典) (opens new window) Take, for example, “systems-level” work that deals with low-level details of memory management, data representation, and concurrency.

  7. no matter what kind of どんな~でも
    (出典) (opens new window) no matter what kind of code you are writing now,

  8. is going to be になるでしょう、になるだろう
    (出典) (opens new window) I know what else you might be thinking: Ah! But this is going to be expensive.

  9. get carried away with ~にわれを忘れる、~に浮かれる、to be so excited that one is no longer in control of one's behavior
    (出典) (opens new window) I could easily get carried away with this chapter.

  10. synopsis 概要
    (出典) (opens new window) Object copy (Objcopy) is an incredibly powerful little tool that we cannot summarize with a simple synopsis.

  11. unravel (問題などを)解きほぐす
    (出典) (opens new window) These tasks are common for a hacker who is working to exploit a software vulnerability or is unraveling the inner workings of a sophisticated virus.

  12. Key takeaways (プレゼン等の締めくくり)学び、ポイント、結論
    (出典) (opens new window) Key takeaways

  13. rather (否定的に)やや、いくぶん、少し
    (出典) (opens new window) Of course, this example is rather artificial.

  14. start out 取り掛かる
    (出典) (opens new window) In this section, we start out with the basic syntax.

  15. in a nutshell 簡単にいうと、要するに、手短に言えば
    (出典) (opens new window) In a nutshell, JSON uses the JavaScript syntax for object and array literals

  16. find out more about もっと知る
    (出典) (opens new window) You will find out more about these types in the sections that follow

  17. get bogged down 行き詰まる、泥沼にはまる、動きがとれなくなる
    (出典) (opens new window) It is difficult to learn modern JavaScript without getting bogged down with obsolete JavaScript.

  18. conceive A as B A を B と考える、思う
    (出典) (opens new window) JavaScript was conceived as a language for “programming in the small,”

  19. last(動詞) 足りる、間に合う
    (出典) (opens new window) It should have lasted just a week

  20. Pentester ペネトレーション・テスター
    (出典) (opens new window) Go Programming for Hackers and Pentesters

  21. spill over into 〈問題・悪い状況などが〉 【ほかの場所・人などへ】波及する, 影響する; «…へと» 発展する
    (出典) (opens new window) The phenomenon of “techie-celebrity” has almost spilled over into mythology.

  22. Don’t get me wrong 誤解しないでください
    (出典) (opens new window) Don’t get me wrong: If you are poor, facing challenges, or struggling with personal issues

  23. is perceived as [認識、判断]〜と見られる、〜と受け止められる、〜とみなされる、〜と考えられる、〜と思われる、〜と認識される、〜と理解される、〜として知られている、
    (出典) (opens new window) Make no mistake—any income above $25,000 a month is perceived as outrageous by almost any standard.

  24. make no mistake 間違いなしに、たしかに
    (出典) (opens new window) Make no mistake—any income above $25,000 a month is perceived as outrageous by almost any standard.

  25. as [同時]〜しながら
    (出典) (opens new window) Some languages have garbage collection that constantly looks for no longer used memory as the program runs;

  26. put it simply 簡単に言うと
    (出典) (opens new window) Putting it simply,

  27. agnostic 無依存
    (出典) (opens new window) Transport agnostic:

  28. stand for 表す
    (出典) (opens new window) BLoC stands for Business Logic Component.

  29. over time 時とともに
    (出典) (opens new window) At its most basic, state is data that is read synchronously and can change over time.

  30. cost a fortune 大金がかかる
    (出典) (opens new window) Wow, this sounds amazing, but does it cost a fortune?

  31. yet ではあるが、けれども、にもかかわらず
    (出典) (opens new window) The reason is, widgets are very simple yet robust and scalable.

  32. a picture is worth a thousand words 百聞は一見にしかず
    (出典) (opens new window) It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words.

  33. for instance 例えば、具体的には
    (出典) (opens new window) Slivers are handy, for instance, if you have a journal entry with an image on the top of the page and the diary description below.

  34. take up 占める
    (出典) (opens new window) The children align vertically without taking up the full height of the screen.

  35. squiggly line 波線
    (出典) (opens new window) Android Studio shows a red squiggly line under the import statement.

  36. right off the bat すぐに、直ちに
    (出典) (opens new window) Right off the bat, Flutter is smart enough to show the native actions in both operating systems without you having to worry about it.

  37. at some point in the future 将来のどこかの時点で
    (出典) (opens new window) A Future object represents a value that will be available at some point in the future.

  38. one after another 次々と
    (出典) (opens new window) In programming, you have different lifecycle events that usually happen in a linear mode, one after another as each stage is completed.

  39. at one's disposal 〜の自由になる(ように)
    (出典) (opens new window) Here's a brief look at the wide array of widgets at your disposal.

  40. alleviate 軽減する、緩和する
    (出典) (opens new window) A backend for frontend alleviates these issues.

  41. for quite some time しばらくの間
    (出典) (opens new window) For quite some time it seemed as if REST apis with JSON were the only game in town

  42. all the time よくある、いつも
    (出典) (opens new window) Errors happen all the time,

  43. bear in mind 心に留めておく
    (出典) (opens new window) However, bear in mind that usually programming languages generate pseudorandom numbers
    (出典) (opens new window) Before reading this chapter, bear in mind that you should be already familiar with C.

  44. despite the fact that という事実にも関わらず
    (出典) (opens new window) You'll not find the concept of slice in many programming languages, despite the fact that it is both smart and handy.

  45. in exchange for 引き換えに
    (出典) (opens new window) Pointers are memory addresses that offer improved speed in exchange for difficult-to-debug code and nasty bugs.

  46. cut down on 減らす
    (出典) (opens new window) FaunaDB’s strongly consistent ACID transactions mean you don’t have to guess what’s in the database, cutting down on edge cases, and making it a great fit for everything from user profiles to game worlds to financial services workloads.

  47. only game in town 唯一の選択肢
    (出典) (opens new window) For quite some time it seemed as if REST apis with JSON were the only game in town

  48. topmost 最上位、最上部
    (出典) (opens new window) the first child defined will appear topmost.

  49. These days 近頃では
    (出典) (opens new window) These days, Kotlin is preferred

  50. ridiculously simple 途方もなく簡単
    (出典) (opens new window) PV systems can be ridiculously simple

  51. be reluctant to do 嫌々〜している
    (出典) (opens new window) I’m reluctant to make any bold predictions about the future of PV technology

  52. apart from 〜だけでなく、〜に加えて
    (出典) (opens new window) Apart from the constraints created by the core team of the framework, other constraints are part of the framework’s way.

  53. affordability 手頃な価格
    (出典) (opens new window) This global demand and increased accessibility and affordability have helped transform the PV industry from a small cottage industry into a worldwide megabusiness.

  54. a plethora of 過剰な
    (出典) (opens new window) The Go distribution comes with a plethora of tools that can make your life as a programmer easier.

  55. though にもかかわらず
    (出典) (opens new window) Most SoCs are ARM-based (Cortex-A family), though MIPS is quite common as well.

  56. admittedly 確かに
    (出典) (opens new window) admittedly quite small

  57. unequivocal 明白な
    (出典) (opens new window) In 1986, my answer to this question was an unequivocal “never.”

  58. ,if ever, 極めて稀に
    (出典) (opens new window) Surprisingly, one of the most-asked questions of C programmers moving to C++ is when, if ever, should one use a struct declaration

  59. a working knowledge of 実際上の知識
    (出典) (opens new window) A working knowledge of Raspberry Pi is required.

  60. out of the box 箱から出してすぐに、細かい設定なしに
    (出典) (opens new window) The latest version of Android Studio offer full support for Kotlin out of the box.

  61. get somewhere 目処がたつ
    (出典) (opens new window) Now we’re getting somewhere.

  62. be frowned upon 顰蹙を買う (出典) (opens new window)

  63. aforementioned 前述の
    (出典) (opens new window) All the aforementioned components communicate with each other to build a fully functional IoT application that can be controlled from anywhere through a preconfigured connectivity type.

  64. if in doubt, 不確かならば
    (出典) (opens new window) The = form is traditional and dates back to C, but if in doubt, use the general {}-list form.

  65. date back to 遡る
    (出典) (opens new window) The = form is traditional and dates back to C, but if in doubt, use the general {}-list form.

  66. the only difference being that (出典) (opens new window)
    By default, the std::cout and std::wcout objects, which are instantiations of std::ostream, output data to the standard C stdout, with the only difference being that std::wcout provides support for Unicode, while std::cout provides support for ASCII. In addition to several non-member overloads, C++ provides the following arithmetic-style member overloads:

  67. in place of 代わりに (出典) (opens new window)
    In addition, we will provide a high-level introduction to C++ manipulators and how they can be used in place of standard C-style format strings.

  68. as a rule of thumb 経験から言って、大雑把にいうと (出典) (opens new window)
    As a rule of thumb, every time you declare a pointer variable, you should immediately initialize it with either a proper pointer or nullptr.

  69. open to misinterpretation 誤解の余地がある (出典) (opens new window)
    An ambiguous connection leaves a sentence open to misinterpretation.

  70. let go of 〜から手を離す (出典) (opens new window)
    Let go of past success to achieve extraordinary results.

  71. from the get-go 最初から (出典) (opens new window)
    If you don't write brilliantly from the get-go, you'll never learn to write.Reality:

  72. heretofore 今まで (出典) (opens new window)

  73. in [with] reference to (= regarding) 〜に関して (出典) (opens new window)
    in reference to your proposal

  74. when it comes to 話が〜になると (出典) (opens new window)
    When it comes to language, one size does not fit all.

  75. league ahead of 〜より格段によい (出典) (opens new window)
    Vuetify 3 inputs are absolutely insane. They are leagues ahead of v2 in terms of functionality, design, and performance.

Last Updated: 8/15/2022, 11:22:12 AM