覚悟, 心構え, 機智, 機知, 心掛け
Noun(1) the state of having been made ready or prepared for use or action (especially military action(2) prompt willingness(3) (psychology(4) a natural effortlessness
(1) All that liberal democracy requires is a rational attitude, that is, a readiness to listen to critical arguments and to learn from experience.(2) The female call might simply indicate a readiness to mate, directed to a specific male.(3) Their willingness to sign the interim constitution is a promising indication of a readiness to compromise for the sake of the country.(4) Nursing personnel can plan procedures at moments when a baby shows behaviors that indicate a readiness to interact.(5) Richard, my husband, and I fly out to Melbourne on Tuesday evening in readiness for New Zealand v South Africa, and then on to Brisbane for the England v Wales game.(6) Bulldozers have begun demolishing the terrace in front of the bowling green in readiness for the building of a members' long room and 36 executive boxes.(7) quickness of hearing and readiness of speech were essential(8) As long as an athlete believes a skill influences their readiness and positively affects performance, they should use it.(9) Now there is a readiness to partner with the private sector.(10) The agro - machinery recently bought from China must by now be well deployed in strategic centres in readiness for the tillage.(11) A clean up of the cemetery is currently taking place on Sunday's at 3pm in readiness for the mass and people are encouraged to lend a hand.(12) Meanwhile, down on the beaches and in the parks and gardens of the nation, there seems a remarkable readiness to accept the dictates of the safe sun crusaders.(13) The Economist cited the readiness of the German trade unions to accept lower wages, longer working hours and more flexible conditions of work.(14) The speed with which the seraph touches those lips with a coal indicates the readiness of God to remove our guilt and make us ready for God's service.(15) your muscles tense in readiness for action(16) Adults have a readiness to learn those things that they need to know in order to cope effectively with real life situations
(1) operational readiness :: 動作準備
2. preparedness ::
4. facility ::
5. set ::
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