Q: enlightenment とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means "gaining or acquiring knowledge," often in terms of the spiritual.

"The Enlightenment" was a period in history when scientific and technical understanding grew dramatically.

Often today the term is used for learning in spiritual matters, i.e. "spiritual enlightenment," becoming more in tune or more aware of our inner being.
Q: enlightenment とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It can mean a lot of things but simply put: mental discovery.

You can enlighten someone (teach or tell them something they didn't know).

Enlightenment is that process.
Q: enlightenment とはどういう意味ですか?
A: @DianaPalomo The action of enlightening or being enlightened. Understanding ...insight ....learning
Q: enlightenment the world
A: 'enlighten the world' would be a more natural way to say this.
The sentence means:
To give greater knowledge or understanding to those all over the world.


Q: enlightenment を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Enlightenment is a really calm and humble word to use.

In history, it's used to refer to how the French became knowledgable after they realized their royalty were betraying and lying to them. After this, Western and Scandinavian Europe became enlightened with new ideas and designs. The French and Dutch created great works of art and inventions which still live on today.

The Dutch were in an era of enlightenment when they invented stock trading.

I'm enlightened to hear that you accept my deal to join our company!


Q: enlightenment は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
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Q: Looking forward to your enlightenment! Please answer the following two English questions for me.

1. Celia found a pair of scissors and _______ a chunk of her hair!
(A) cut away
(B) cut in
(C) cut down
(D) cut off

2. _______ not passing the bar exam, Jamie will never give up her dream of becoming a civil
litigation lawyer.

(A) Unless
(B) That
(C) What if
(D) Despite

These exam questions are designed by non-native professors, so they may seem flawed and unnatural to native speakers.

I don't know. For me, I think A, C and D work for question 1, and both A and D work for question 2.

Please enlighten me. I am so confused, haha.

A: For #1, D. is the one I think is the best; A. is correct too, but it is far less commonly used.

For #2, D. is the one I think is the best. I think A. is technically correct too, but it would be a bizarre and confusing sentence.
Q: The enlightenment philosopher, Bernard Mandeville, saw the roots of human nature in vices, which will build the power of the state, if they used appropriately. One of the threads he touched was prostitution, which was both common as well as illegal and immoral. According to Mandeville sexual desire is deep in human nature and it is impossible to eradicate it. The illegality of public houses stings with human needs and raises many problems and works to the detriment of society, contributing to the spread of venereal disease and rape as well as limiting state income. According to the author there is no clear boundary between good and evil and sometimes good comes from evil. In his view, Mandeville had destroyed the contemporary worldview, becoming an author of the cursed. この表現は自然ですか?
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Q: advancing enlightenment with our new technique この表現は自然ですか?
A: Enlightenment is a very specific word.what are you talking about?
Q: After this enlightenment, I have decided to donate 10% of my income to a charity. この表現は自然ですか?
A: I am not sure about the context of this sentence, but the word "enlightenment" sounds a little odd. I think I would say, "after this realization."
Q: ​​1:I'm really grateful for your enlightenment on everything all the time.2:It's really grateful for your enlightenment on everything all the time. Which one is best この表現は自然ですか?