彼女は春夏の大会ともに優勝したって英語でなんて言うの?

「彼女は春夏の大会ともに優勝した」といいたい。
yukiさん
2018/01/23 10:57

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  • She won both the Spring and Summer Championship.

She won both the Spring and Summer Championship.

win a championship:選手権で優勝する
"both"とすることで「両方」の意味になります。
Rina The Discovery Lounge主催
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  • In the spring and summer, she won both tournaments.

  • She won both the spring and summer tournaments.

Many people enjoy watching sports. When conversing in any language, it's likely that you will want to talk about some sports games or tournaments that you've been watching.
Here's some ways to say it:
1) "In the spring and summer, she won both tournaments."
or,
2)"She won both the spring and summer tournaments."

Here is an example of a conversation about sports:
A: "Hey! Did you hear?! My favorite player Simona Halep won both the spring and summer tennis tournaments!"
B: "Really? I hadn't heard about that. Thanks for telling me. I'll have to go on-line to read more about it."

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Some additional sports related vocabulary:
team= group of sports players
to root= to cheer on and encourage your favorite team, usually by yelling "go! go!"
to win by a long shot= to win a game by scoring many more points than the opposing team
to play dirty= to not play a game by the rules; to play violently with unnecessary physical contact.
多くの人がスポーツ観戦を楽しみます。どの言語で会話しているときでも、観戦しているスポーツの試合やトーナメントについて話すことがあるでしょう。
以下のように言うことができます。

1) "In the spring and summer, she won both tournaments."
または
2)"She won both the spring and summer tournaments."

以下はスポーツについての会話の例です。
A: "Hey! Did you hear?! My favorite player Simona Halep won both the spring and summer tennis tournaments!"(ちょっと聞いた?私の好きなシモナ・ハレプが春と夏のテニストーナメント両方勝ったんだって!)
B: "Really? I hadn't heard about that. Thanks for telling me. I'll have to go on-line to read more about it."(本当に?知らなかったよ。教えてくれてありがとう。インターネットでそれについて読んでみるね)

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スポーツに関連したその他の語彙:
team= スポーツ選手のグループ
to root= "go! go!"(行け行け!)と叫んで好きなチームを応援すること
to win by a long shot= 相手チームと点を大きく離して試合に勝つこと
to play dirty= ルール通りに試合をしないこと、不必要な接触をして乱暴なプレーをすること

※翻訳した※原文の補足説明です。

原文(英語)翻訳した補足説明(日本語)はこちら
Anders DMM英会話講師
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  • Both the spring and summer competition was won by her.

  • She won the spring and summer competition.

▪ Both the spring and summer competition was won by her.
▪ She won the spring and summer competition.

Both = is refer to two things.

All the phrases above indicate clearly that she was won the competition in summer and spring which indicates that both was won by her.

Other sentences:
a. She is the winner for the summer and spring competition.
b. Both competitions was won by her, summer and spring competition.
▪ Both the spring and summer competition was won by her.
▪ She won the spring and summer competition.

Bothは2つのことを指しています。

上記の例文はいずれも、彼女が夏と春の大会の両方で勝ったことをはっきりと伝える表現です。

【その他の例文】
a. She is the winner for the summer and spring competition.(彼女は夏と春の大会の勝者です)
b. Both competitions was won by her, summer and spring competition.(夏と春の大会の両方で彼女は勝ちました)

※翻訳した※原文の補足説明です。

原文(英語)翻訳した補足説明(日本語)はこちら
Denton DMM英会話講師
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  • She won both the spring and summer tournaments

  • The same girl won both the spring and summer tournaments.

"She won both the spring and summer tournaments" This explains that the person you are talking about or gesturing to won both the tournaments.

"The same girl won both the spring and summer tournaments." This explains to the person you are talking to that the same person won both of the tournaments.
例文
"She won both the spring and summer tournaments"
彼女は春と夏の大会を両方共優勝した

話している又は指し示している人が両方の大会で優勝したと説明しています。

例文
"The same girl won both the spring and summer tournaments."
同じ女の子が春と夏の両方の大会で優勝した

同じ人が両方の大会で優勝したと説明しています。

※翻訳した※原文の補足説明です。

原文(英語)翻訳した補足説明(日本語)はこちら
Jody R DMM英会話講師
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  • She won in both spring and summer tournaments

Explanation:- When talking about two things, and to add emphasis, you can use the word, "both."
Sample sentence:-
"Both Jill and James are resident in Greece."
2つのことについて話し、それを強調したい場合、"both."(両方)という言葉をつかえます。

例文:
"Both Jill and James are resident in Greece."
(ジルとジェームズは両方ともギリシャに住んでいるんだよ。)

※翻訳した※原文の補足説明です。

原文(英語)翻訳した補足説明(日本語)はこちら
Ian W DMM英会話講師
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  • She won both the spring and summer tournaments

  • She won the spring and summer competitions

  • She is the spring and summer champion

If you compete in a sporting event then this can be called a 'tournament' or 'competition'
if someone won a tournament/competition then they are called a 'champion'
スポーツのイベントで他の人と優劣を競ったのなら、それは 'tournament'(トーナメント)あるいは 'competition'(試合)と言えます。

'tournament/competition' で優勝した人は 'champion' と呼ばれます。

※翻訳した※原文の補足説明です。

原文(英語)翻訳した補足説明(日本語)はこちら
Mia St DMM英会話講師
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  • She won back to back tournaments

"She won back to back tournaments"

This expression is appropriate for what you want to say. Is an informal way of saying but nonetheless is a popular way of saying it in the U.S. This is a very general way of saying it, you described that she won one tournament after another. If you wish to be more specific you can always add "spring and summer" at the end of the statement.
"She won back to back tournaments"(彼女はトーナメントを連覇した)


この表現であなたの言いたいことが表せます。インフォーマルな言い方ですが、アメリカではよく使われます。これは非常に一般的な言い方です、より具体的に言いたいなら、文末に "spring and summer"(春と夏)を加えることができます。

※翻訳した※原文の補足説明です。

原文(英語)翻訳した補足説明(日本語)はこちら
Salomon DMM英会話講師
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  • She was victorious In the spring and summer tournaments

  • She was triumphant in the tournaments in the spring and summer

"She was victorious In the spring and summer tournaments"
'Victorious' is another term used to describing winning something.
"She was triumphant in the tournaments in the spring and summer"
To be 'Triumphant' is to be successful and win in a particular event, often used as a more formal way of expressing this.
"She was victorious In the spring and summer tournaments"(彼女は春と夏の大会で優勝しました)
= 'Victorious' は「勝利した」という意味です。


"She was triumphant in the tournaments in the spring and summer"(彼女は春と夏の大会で優勝しました)
= 'Triumphant' は、あることで勝利を勝ち取ったことを表します。これはフォーマルな言葉です。

※翻訳した※原文の補足説明です。

原文(英語)翻訳した補足説明(日本語)はこちら
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