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Today's Lesson
RESCUE   救い出す、救出


  • To rescue somebody (or something) is to save them from a dangerous or unpleasant situation.

    A rescue is the act of saving somebody or something in this way.
  • rescue は、危険や好ましくない状況から人(または物)を救い出す、という意味です。

    名詞形も同じ rescue で、人や物の救出、という意味です。


  1. The firefighters were able to rescue everyone in the building. No one was even injured.
  2. Did you read about the lifeguard at Riptide Beach who rescued the mayor's children? He's going to be given a medal at a special ceremony tomorrow.
  3. All 32 passengers and crew were rescued from a sinking ferry in rough seas.
  4. We were up all night watching the hostage rescue on TV. Thank God everyone got out safely!

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