アプローチ

  • apurōchi
JLPT 1

Definition of アプローチ

noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • approach

  • approach shot

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Examples of アプローチ in a Sentence

These diagrams demonstrate different possible approaches to job seeking.
There seems to be a slight difference on the treatment of the B factor between their approaches.
それら二つデザイン用いられたアプローチまったくよく似ている。
The approaches used in those two designs are exactly alike.
ここでもこのアプローチがマシュー・アーノルドの「どこにも連結あるという考え由来していること見て取ることができる。
Again, we can see this approach as deriving from Matthew Arnold's idea that everywhere there is connection.
Smith's approach differs greatly from others in that he did not take the affixation into consideration.
この分析には以下アプローチとられた
The approach employed in this analysis was as follows.
うまいアプローチね。
Great approach.
From the standpoint of architectural design, there can be more alternatives to this approach.

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