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(WELL-)EDUCATED   (立派な)教育を受けた


  • To educate someone is to teach them.

    The noun form is education.

    An educated (adjective) or well-educated person has had a good education.
  • educate は、教育する、という意味です。

    名詞形は education で、教育、という意味です。

    形容詞の educated または well-educated は、立派な教育を受けた、という意味です。



  1. We've worked hard to educate our employees about the importance of recycling.
  2. TERRY: I hear you were educated in the United States.
    KENTA: Yes, I went to high school and college there.
  3. I'm stingy about many things, but not my children's education.
  4. I don't think any educated person would believe what's written in this book. It's all nonsense!
  5. (talking about a recent overseas trip)
    Most of the people I met were intelligent, well-educated, and extremely curious about the rest of the world.

英会話レッスンNow enjoy the weekend, secure in the knowledge that you know more than you did on Monday!