辞書

類語

英和・和英

world

参照:研究社

1
 a [the world] 世界,地球.
 b [しばしば the W] (地球上にある)地域,…世界.
2 [the world] 天地,宇宙,万物.
3 [the world; 単数扱い] 世界の人,全人類.
4 [the world; 単数扱い] (渡る)世間,世の中; 世間の人々.
5 【可算名詞】 (個人の見たり活動したりする場としての)世界,世間.
6
 a 【可算名詞】 [通例単数形で; 通例修飾語を伴って] 人の世,この[あの]世.
 b [the world] 現世,浮き世.
7
 a 【可算名詞】 [通例単数形で; 通例 the world; 修飾語を伴って] (特定の集団・職業・趣味などの)…界,…世界,…社会.
 b [the world; 修飾語を伴って] (自然界の区分としての)界.
8 【可算名詞】 (地球に似た)天体,惑星.
9
 a [a [the] world of また worlds of で] 非常にたくさんの,無数の.
 b [複数形で副詞的に] ずいぶん,とても.

名詞としての「world」のイディオムやフレーズ

áll òver the wórld
áll the wórld and his wífe
áll the wórld óver
a wórld tòo mány [múch]
be áll the wórld to…
brìng…ìnto the wórld
cárry the wórld befòre one
còme ìnto the wórld
déad to the wórld
for (áll) the wórld
for áll the wórld lìke [as ìf,as thòugh]…
gìve the wórld (for [to dó]…)
hàve [gèt] the bést of bóth wórlds
hàve the wórld befòre one
in the wórld
It's a smáll wórld!
màke a nóise in the wórld
màke one's wáy in the wórld
méan áll the wórld to…
on tóp of the wórld
òut of this wórld
sée the wórld
sèt the wórld on fíre
the Wórld Federátion of Tráde Ùnions
the wórld óver
thìnk the wórld of…
(think) the wórld ówes one a líving
wórlds apàrt
wórld withòut énd

【限定用法の形容詞】
1 (全)世界の,世界的な.
2 〈人が〉世界的に有名な.

古期英語「人の時代」の意; 【形容詞】 worldly

音節world発音記号・読み方wə́ːrld変化複~s{-ʣ}
コア(人間の活動の場所としての)世界世界▷1a
世界の人々▷2
(特定の時代・地域の)世界▷3
…界▷5
(個人が経験する)世界▷6
世の中▷7
1a((the ~))世界,地球

 A nuclear war would destroy the whole world.
核戦争は世界全体を破壊するだろう
 I'd like to travel around the world some day.
いつか世界中を旅行したい
 The news was delivered all over the world.
そのニュースは世界中に伝えられた

b((形容詞的に))世界の,世界的な

 The runner has a world record.
そのランナーは世界記録を持っている
 He is a world authority on research in AIDS.
彼はエイズ研究の世界的な権威だ

2((the ~))【集合】【単数】世界の人々,人類,人間

 The whole world watched the astronauts walking on the moon.
世界中の人が宇宙飛行士たちが月面を歩くのを見た
 The eyes of the world were focused on the result of the U.S. presidential election.
世界中の目がアメリカ大統領選挙の結果に注がれた

3((the ~))(特定の時代・地域の)世界(修飾語句を伴う)

 the ancient world
古代世界
 the Western world
西洋世界
 the Muslim world
イスラム教[アラブ]世界
 Columbus reached the New World about five hundred years ago.
コロンブスは約500年前に新世界に到着した
 There are a lot of starving people in the Third World.
第三世界にはたくさんの飢えた人々がいる

4天体,惑星(特に生き物が生息していると見られる天体);((the ~))万物;宇宙

 The scientist believes in life on other worlds.
その科学者は他の天体に生き物がいると信じている
 God created the world.
神が万物を創造した

5((ふつうthe ~))…界,…の世界,…社会(活動・関心・職業などを共にする人々の集まりをいう);(自然界の区分としての)…界(修飾語句を伴う)

 the animal world
動物[植物]界
 the adult world
大人の世界
 the business world
実業界
 the literary world
文学界
 She belongs to the world of fashion.
彼女はファッション界にいます

6(個人が経験する)世界;場所,状況

 The same thing happened in the real world.
同じ事が現実世界でも起こった
 Friends are very important in a child's world.
友人は子どもの世界で大変重要だ
 When she lost her son, her entire world changed completely.
息子を亡くしたとき,彼女の全世界が完全に変わってしまった
 He seems to live in an imaginary world.
彼は自分の想像の世界に住んでいるように見える
 When reading a science book, one can enter into a whole new world.
科学の本を読むと人は全く新しい世界に入ることができる
 The mountain is a world of beautiful trees and flowers.
その山は美しい木と花の世界だ
 The amusement park is a world of excitement.
その遊園地は興奮の世界だ

7((しばしばthe ~))世の中,世間,社会;俗世間;世間の人々

 the way of the world
世間のやり方[習わし]
 She succeeded in the world.
彼女は出世した
 He knows how the world goes around.
彼は世の中がどのように回っているのかを知っている
 We can hardly keep up with this rapidly changing world.
私たちはこの急速に変化する世の中にとてもついていけない
 I felt like the world was against me.
私は世間の人たちが私の敵であるように感じた
 It's a small world.
((口))世間は狭いものですね

8(生の[死後の])世界

 this world
この世
 the next world
来世
 She believes in the world to come.
彼女は死後の世界を信じている

9a((a [the] world of ..., ((ときに))worlds of ...で))非常にたくさんの…,膨大な…

 There's a world of difference between participating in a sport and watching it.
スポーツをやるのと見るのとでは非常に大きな違いがある

b((a ~, ~s))((副詞的に))非常に,大いに

 My brother is worlds apart from me.
私の兄[弟]は私と非常に考え方が違う

成句(all) the world and his wife
((英口))((おどけて))みな,だれもかれも;たくさんの人

 All the world and his wife gathered to see the movie star.
その映画俳優を見るためにだれもかれもが集まった

成句all the world over
=the (whole) world over
成句be (all) the world to ...
…にとってかけがえがない,非常に大切である

 My children are the world to me.
子どもたちは私にとってすべてだ

成句be not long for this world
死にかけている,長くない(比ゆ的にも用いる)

 The current Cabinet is not long for this world.
現在の内閣はもう長くない

成句bring ... into the [this] world
((かたい))(子ども)を産む;(医師・助産婦などが)(子ども)を取り上げる

 She brought a boy into the world.
彼女は男の子を産んだ

成句come down in the world
(人が)落ち目になる
成句come into the [this] world
((かたい))(子どもが)生まれる
成句come up in the world
出世する
成句do ... a world of good
(事が)とても(人・物)のためになる,…をおおいによくする

 A new educational system will do our schools a world of good.
新しい教育システムは学校を非常によくするだろう

成句for (all) the world
決して,絶対に(否定文で用いる)

 I wouldn't betray you for the world.
私は絶対にあなたを裏切らない

成句for all the world like ... [as if ... ]
まるで…のようで

 The huge man looked for all the world like a bear.
その大男はまるでクマのように見えた

成句for the whole world
=for (all) the world
成句go [get] up in the world
=come up in the world
成句have the world at |one's| feet
大変成功している,非常に称賛されている

 The singer has the world at his feet.
その歌手は大変成功している

成句in an ideal [a perfect] world
理想を言えば,理想的には(望ましいことだが実現不可能だと思っていることを述べるときに用いる)
成句in the world
①世界中で,地球上で(最上級を強める)

 Which is the highest mountain in the world?
世界で一番高い山はどれですか
 I'm the happiest man in the world.
私は世界で一番幸せな男だ.

②いったい,一体全体(疑問詞を強める)

 Who in the world stole my bag?
いったいだれが私のバッグを盗んだのだろう

③決して,全然(否定文を強める)

 I don't have a care in the world at the moment.
私は今のところ悩みがまったくない
 No one in the world would believe such a story.
そんな話はまったくだれも信じないだろう

成句live [be] in a world of |one's| own
自分だけの世界に住む[いる]

 When I'm reading a book I'm in a world of my own.
本を読んでいるとき私は自分だけの世界に浸っている

成句man [woman] of the world
世故にたけた男[女],世間慣れした男[女]

 Please go and ask her advice. She is a woman of the world.
彼女の助言を求めなさい.彼女は世故にたけた女性です

成句mean (all) the world to ...
=be (all) the world to ...
成句on top of the world
有頂天になって,大変喜んで,とても得意に思って
成句out of this [the] world
((口))この世のものとは思えない,とびきりすばらしい

 This chocolate cake is out of this world.
このチョコレートケーキはとびきりおいしい

成句see the world
世界を見て回る,世間を知る
成句set the world on fire
((口))成功して評判をとる,世界をあっと言わせる(通例否定文で用いる)

 He will never set the world on fire with his songs.
彼は歌で世間の評判をとることは決してないだろう

成句set the world to rights
世情を論ずる,天下国家について議論する
成句tell the world that ...
…だと公言する
成句the best of all possible worlds
すべての利点

 As a tourist resort, this city has the best of all possible worlds.
旅行行楽地としてこの町はすべての利点に恵まれている

成句the best of both worlds
両方の相反する利点
成句the ... of this world
((口))…のようなタイプの人々(...には複数形の人名が入る)

 The Einsteins of this world could solve this problem.
アインシュタインのような人(優秀な科学者)ならこの問題を解けるだろう

成句the (whole) world over
世界中で,至るところで

 The Beatles are still popular the world over.
ビートルズはまだ世界中で人気がある

成句The world is |a person's| oyster.
⇒oyster成句
成句the world owes |a person| a living
((口))世間が(人)を食わせてやる義務がある,(人)が何もせず生きていく権利がある
成句the world, the flesh and the devil
((かたい))名利,肉欲,邪心(世俗の誘惑)
成句think (all) the world of ...
…を非常に大切に思う[愛する],大変高く評価する
成句watch the world go by
周囲の人[世の中]の動きを傍観する
成句What is the world coming to?
世の中はどうなっていくのだろう
成句would give the world
〈…を得るためなら[…をするためなら]〉何でもやるだろう〈for[to do]〉

 I would give the world for a promotion.
私は昇進のためならどんなことでもやる


【名詞】
世界, 世界の人々, 〜界, 宇宙
用例French is spoken in many parts of the world.
印欧語根
wī-ro-人を表す。
また、worldの由来として、世界。
印欧語根wei@-の派生。


world

参照:科学技術振興機構

世; 世間; ワールド; 天下; 界; 天地; 業; 世の中; 世界; 万国

**** 共起表現 Scholar, Entrez, Google, WikiPedia
世界

world

参照:情報通信研究機構

【形容詞】
1
地球全体を含むさま
(involving the entire earth)
a world crisis 世界恐慌
of worldwide significance 世界的な重要性の
【名詞】
1
地球の全住民
(all of the living human inhabitants of the earth)
all the world loves a lover すべての世界は愛人を愛している
2
天国と死後から区別された今生への関心
(the concerns of this life as distinguished from heaven and the afterlife)
they consider the church to be independent of the world 彼らは、教会が世界から独立していると考えている
3
自分にとって物事がどう見えるかを決定する自分のすべての経験
(all of your experiences that determine how things appear to you)
his world was shattered 彼の世界は粉砕された
we live in different worlds 私たちは違った世界に生きている
4
一般の人々
(people in general)
the Western world 西欧諸国
5
一まとまりとして見なされる一般の人々
(people in general considered as a whole)
6
太陽から3番目の惑星
(the 3rd planet from the sun)
he sailed around the world 彼は世界中を航海した
7
存在するすべてのもの
(everything that exists anywhere)
8
分けて考えられる地球の一部分
(a part of the earth that can be considered separately)
the outdoor world 野外の世界
the world of insects 昆虫の世界
「world」に関する類語一覧

world

参照:情報通信研究機構

苑;園;生物界;現世;万国;ワールド

world

参照:Weblio

訳語 世界

world

参照:日外アソシエーツ

輿地;浮世;世俗;衆生;天下;天地;世人;六合;社会;人世;四海;世;世間;人中;江湖;世態;世上;娑婆;世の中;万国;世界;俗界


world

参照:Weblio

地上, 輿地, 世, 代, ワールド, 世間, 壇, 世間様, 世間さま, 天地, 世界
世界的な, 世界
ワールド (プライス・オブ・ラヴ)
「ワールド (プライス・オブ・ラヴ)」(World (The Price of Love))は、イギリスのバンド、ニュー・オーダーが1993年に発表したヒット曲である。

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world

参照:Wiktionary

語源

From Middle English world, weoreld, from 古期英語 weorold, from Proto-Germanic *weraldiz, equivalent to wer (“man”) +‎ eld (“age”). Cognate with Scots warld (“world”), Saterland Frisian Waareld (“world”), West Frisian wrâld (“world”), Dutch wereld (“world”), Low German Werld (“world”), German Welt (“world”), Norwegian Bokmål verden (“world”), Norwegian Nynorsk verd (“world”), Swedish värld (“world”), Icelandic veröld (“the world”).

発音

 (Received 発音) IPA(key): /wɜːld/
 (General American, Canada) enPR: wûrld, IPA(key): /wɝːld/
 (General New Zealand) enPR: wûrld, IPA(key): /wɵːld/, [wɵːɯ̯d̥]
   韻: -ɜː(ɹ)ld
 異形同音異義語: whirled, whorled (both only in accents with the wine-whine merger かつ the fern-fir-fur merger)

名詞

world (countable かつ uncountable, 複数形 worlds)
 (with "the") Human collective existence; existence in general.

There will always be lovers, till the world’s end.


 1922, Michael Arlen, “Ep./4/2”, in “Piracy”: A Romantic Chronicle of These Days:

The world was awake to the 2nd of May, but Mayfair is not the world, and even the menials of Mayfair lie long abed. As they turned into Hertford Street they startled a robin from the poet's head on a barren fountain, and he fled away with a cameo note.


 1963, Margery Allingham, chapter 9, in The China Governess[1]:

Eustace gaped at him in amazement. When his urbanity dropped away from him, as now, he had an innocence of expression which was almost infantile. It was as if the world had never touched him at all.


 2013 June 1, “Towards the end of poverty”, in The Economist, volume 407, number 8838, page 11:

America’s poverty line is $63 a day for a family of four. In the richer parts of the emerging world $4 a day is the poverty barrier. But poverty’s scourge is fiercest below $1.25 ([…]): people below that level live lives that are poor, nasty, brutish and short.


 The Universe.
 (uncountable, with "the") The Earth.

People are dying of starvation all over the world.


 1910, Emerson Hough, chapter I, in The Purchase Price: Or The Cause of Compromise, Indianapolis, Ind.: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, OCLC 639762314, page 0045:





Serene, smiling, enigmatic, she faced him with no fear whatever showing in her dark eyes. […] She put back a truant curl from her forehead where it had sought egress to the world, and looked him full in the face now, drawing a deep breath which caused the round of her bosom to lift the lace at her throat.

 2013 May-June, William E. Conner, “An Acoustic Arms Race”, in American Scientist, volume 101, number 3, page 206-7:

Earless ghost swift moths become “invisible” to echolocating bats by forming mating clusters close […] above vegetation and effectively blending into the clutter of echoes that the bat receives from the leaves and stems around them. Many insects probably use this strategy, which is a close analogy to crypsis in the visible world—camouflage and other methods for blending into one’s visual background.


 2018, VOA Learning English > China's Melting Glacier Brings Visitors, Adds to Climate Concerns

She says the Third Pole is one of the world’s largest sources of fresh drinking water.


 (countable) A planet, especially one which is inhabited or inhabitable.

Our mission is to travel the galaxy and find new worlds.


 1970, Larry Niven, Ringworld, page 118:

Yet every world should have at least one unclimbable mountain.


 2007 September 27, Marc Rayman (interviewee), “NASA's Ion-Drive Asteroid Hunter Lifts Off”, National Public Radio:

I think many people think of asteroids as kind of little chips of rock. But the places that Dawn is going to really are more like worlds.

 (by extension) Any other astronomical body which many be inhabitable, such as a natural satellite.
 A very large extent of country.

the New World

 (fiction, speculation) A realm, such as planet, containing one or multiple societies of beings, specially intelligent ones.

the world of Narnia; the Wizarding World of Harry Potter; a zombie world

 An individual or group perspective or social setting.

In the world of boxing, good diet is all-important.


Welcome to my world.

 2013 June 8, “Obama goes troll-hunting”, in The Economist, volume 407, number 8839, page 55:

According to this saga of intellectual-property misanthropy, these creatures [patent trolls] roam the business world, buying up patents and then using them to demand extravagant payouts from companies they accuse of infringing them. Often, their victims pay up rather than face the costs of a legal battle.


 (computing) The part of an operating system distributed with the kernel, consisting of the shell and other programs.
 (video games) A subdivision of a game, consisting of a series of stages or levels that usually share a similar environment or theme.

Have you reached the boss at the end of the ice world?

There's a hidden warp to the next world down this pipe.

 (tarot) The twenty-second trump or major arcana card of the tarot.
 (informal) A great amount.

Taking a break from work seems to have done her a world of good.

You're going to be in a world of trouble when your family finds out.

That new wallpaper has made a world of difference downstairs.


 (archaic) Age, era
 1635, Fr. Gregory Martin (scholar) et al., “Psalme CXLIIII”, in The Holy Bible (Douay-Rheims Bible), John Cousturier:

Thy kingdom is a kingdom of al worlds: and thy dominion in al generation and generation.


同意語

 (the earth): the earth, Earth, the globe, Sol III
 (a planet): planet
 (individual または group perspective または social setting): circle

下位語

 First World
 Fourth World
 free world
 Majority World
 New World
 Old World
 post-Cold War world
 Second World
 Third World
 umbworld
 underworld
 

派生語

 way of the world/ways of the world
 dead to the world
 end of the world
 fast-paced world
 have the world by the tail
 it's a man's world
 Light of the World
 lost to the world
 make the world go around
 mean the world to
 netherworld
 not the end of the world
 offworld
 out of this world
 phenomenal world
 real-world
 the hand that rocks the cradle rules the world
 the world is one's oyster
 think the world of
 umbworld
 underworld
 weight of the world
 window on the world
 world-class
 world language
 world leader
 worldly
 world peace
 world power
 world record
 World Series
 world soul
 world war
 World War I
 World War II
 world-weary
 worldwide
 World Wide Web
 

動詞

world (三人称単数 現在形 worlds, 現在分詞 worlding, 過去形および過去分詞形 worlded)
 To consider or cause to be considered from a global perspective; to consider as a global whole, rather than making or focussing on national or other distinctions; compare globalise.
 1996, Jan Jindy Pettman, Worlding Women: A feminist international politics, pages ix-x:

There are by now many feminisms (Tong, 1989; Humm, 1992). [...] They are in shifting alliance or contest with postmodern critiques, which at times seem to threaten the very category 'women' and its possibilities for a feminist politics. These debates inform this attempt at worlding women—moving beyond white western power centres and their dominant knowledges (compare Spivak, 1985), while recognising that I, as a white settler-state woman, need to attend to differences between women, too.

 2005, James Phillips, Heidegger's Volk: Between National Socialism and Poetry, published by Stanford University Press, →ISBN:

In a sense, the dictatorship was a failure of failure and, on that account, it was perhaps the exemplary system of control. Having in 1933 wagered on the worlding of the world in the regime's failure, Heidegger after the war can only rue his opportunistic hopes for an exposure of the ontological foundations of control.

 To make real; to make worldly.

参考

 global
 globalisation, globalization

アナグラム

 l-word