クォータ, 割り当て, 割当, 割当て, 分け前, 割り前, 別け前, 割前, 割り振り, 頭割り, 割賦
Noun(1) a prescribed number(2) a proportional share assigned to each participant(3) a limitation on imports
(1) the country may be exceeding its OPEC quota of 1,100,000 barrels of oil per day(2) One concession to women in politics was a bill endorsed by the Barre government in June 1979 that required a quota of 20 per cent of women candidates on lists for municipal elections.(3) Almost half the boats in Scotland's white fish fleet have already caught their annual haddock and cod quota entitlements this year, despite being restricted to only 15 days a month at sea.(4) Credit for fixed investment was cut, and each province received a quota .(5) an Irishman with a double ration of blarney and a treble quota of charm(6) Small fishing communities can band together and purchase a group quota of the total allowable catch of any given fish species.(7) After all, he topped the poll and exceeded the quota by 2,440 votes in the last general election.(8) There is a very restrictive quota regime in place and fishermen are not catching that quota because the salmon isn't there.(9) In general most people voted for local candidates although none got a big enough quota to be elected.(10) Despite all these, Jim gained 541 first-preference votes and reached the quota when his running mate, Roberts, dropped out of contention.(11) If those second choice candidates reach the required quota , any surplus votes they may have are re-distributed in the same manner.(12) And last year the government reduced the quota of Bangladeshi workers it would allow into the country by 25 per cent.(13) By contrast, if you give your second preference to a strong candidate who reaches the quota - but no more - on the first count, the value of your second preference will fall to zero.(14) And for the record, my vote will go to the Greens in the Senate, in the knowledge that should it lose out in the race for a quota , my vote will go to the Democrats.(15) This sort of quota is regrettable, but it is the only solution to the crisis.(16) To raise the enrollment quota of aboriginal students, the new system will add 20 percent instead.
(1) quotum :: quotum
(2) quota system :: クォータシステム
(3) import quota :: 輸入割当
(4) quota sampling :: クォータサンプリング
(5) quota of people :: 人のクォータ
(6) sales quota :: 販売ノルマ
(7) quota restrictions :: クォータの制限
2. share ::
3. allowance ::
4. limit ::
5. ration ::
6. portion ::
7. dispensation ::
9. percentage ::
10. commission ::
11. proportion ::
12. fraction ::
13. bit ::
14. amount ::
15. quantity ::
16. cut ::
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