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一生って英語でなんて言うの?

一生の宝物とか一生の友達と言う時の「一生」って英語で何て言うのですか?
Asuraさん
2019/10/15 09:48

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  • Lifetime

  • entire life

  • existence

'Lifetime' is the most common expression to talk about the whole of your life.
For example: This holiday is a once in a lifetime opportunity - meaning that you will only ever have the chance to take this type of holiday once during your life.

We use 'entire life' to talk about the duration on life - used more commonly to talk about events up to your current age.
For example: Never in my entire life have I seen such a beautiful place - meaning in your life so far you have not seen a place that is so beautiful.
We can also use phrases containing 'existence' to talk about duration of life in more general term for example: This family shop has been is existence for over 200 years.
Gayle S DMM英会話講師
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  • Lifetime

  • Forever

  • Entire life

You can use any of the above words to describe 'your whole life'.

Examples;
- I want to be with you forever.
- My entire life has been a lie.
- I know I will have a lifetime of happiness with you by my side.
Robyn K DMM英会話講師
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  • lifetime

  • lifespan

  • time on earth

All 3 of these will help you when you want to describe "issho" in English.

Lifetime can be used as a figure of speech as well. You can say "it has been a lifetime since I have seen you!" This means that it has been a very long time since you have seen the person. You can also use "lifetime" in a literal sense when you say "In his lifetime..."

Lifespan- This is used to describe a person/animal's duration on earth. How many years.

time on earth- this is a softer way of describing someone's lifespan/lifetime. This is used when you are speaking about a loved one/ friend.
Janke DMM英会話講師
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  • Lifetime

This passion of mine is to last a lifetime.
What is your passion?
Art. I absolutely love it. My love will last forever.

I hope that helps.
Have a great day.
Will
Will Jay DMM英会話講師
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  • Lifetime.

A single word that we can use to describe the entirety of someone's life would be a, "lifetime."

Example sentences :
- It's taken myself a lifetime of practice.
- When I make it to 80 years old, I'll know I have lived a lifetime.
Jonathan B DMM英会話講師
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  • Your/my entire life.

  • Your/my entire existance.

  • Your/my whole life.

If you want to express "your whole life" you can use any of the following expressions:-

1. Your entire life.
2. Your entire experience
3. Your whole life.

Here are som,e example sentences:-
1. Your/my entire life:-
John "How long have you been studying English?"
Peter "I have been studying English for my entire life"

2.,Your/my entire existence.
Maxine: "How long have you been living in Canada?"
Paul "I have been living in Canada for my entire existence."

3. Your/my whole life
Sally: " How long have you wanted to visit Jamaica?"
Wendy : "I love Jamaican food and music, I have wanted to visit Jamaica for my whole life."

Jerryann DMM英会話講師
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  • Whole-life

  • Lifetime

  • Forever

"Friends forever" is said of a friend you will have and have had for a long time.
We have been friends my "Whole-Life"
We are friends for a "Lifetime"

I have owned this necklace my "entire-life"
The warranty on the mattress is for a "Lifetime"
Christeena DMM英会話講師
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  • Your lifetime

  • Your time on Earth

Either of the above suggestions are suitable.
Eg "During your time on Earth you should perhaps learn how to treat others with respect!"
Eg. "I've never seen a flying car and I don't expect to in my lifetime."
Ian W DMM英会話講師

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