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2018-11-01

スマッシュブラザーズ、新キャラPVの「参戦!」英語まとめ

スマッシュブラザーズ新規キャラクター参戦が発表されるたびにYoutubeリアクション動画投稿されて話題になっていますね!

自分もそのての動画を見て楽しんでいたのですが、リドリー参戦を見た時に気になったことがありました。

Ridley Hits the Big Time!

あれ?日本語ではすべて「リドリー参戦!」といった具合に「~参戦!」で統一されているけど、英語版はそれぞれ違っていてバリエーションがあるのかな?  …と

調べてもこれをまとめたのが見つからなかったので、まとめてみました。

キャラクター名(日本語キャラクター名(英語参戦!の英語表記語句語句意味意味言葉遊び?要素(推測)
むらびとVillagerVillager Comes to Town!---
ロックマンMega ManMega Man Joins the Battle!---
Wii Fit トレーナWii Fit TrainerWii Fit Trainer Weighs In!weigh in計量する、割って入る、仲裁に入る計量する→体重測定?
ロゼッタチコRosalina & LumaRosalina & Luma launch into battle!launch into始める、門出するLaunch:(ロケットなどを)打ち上げる→ほうき星天文台
リトルマックLittle MacLittle Mac Punches In!punch in打ち込むボクサー
リザードンCharizardCharizard Fires it Up!fire up火をつける、始動させる、駆り立てるほのおタイプポケモン
ゲッコウガGreninjaGreninja Makes A Splash!make a splash音を立てる、あっと言わせる、水しぶきを上げるみずタイプポケモン
パルテナPalutenaPalutena Alights!alight降りる(天から)降りる?
パックマンPac-ManPac-Man Hungers for Battle!hunger for切望するHunger←ゲーム性から
ルキナLucinaLucina Wakes Her Blade?!--ファイアーエンブレム 覚醒(Awakening)とかけてる?
ルフレRobinRobin Brings the Thunder!--サンダーソードという武器を使う
シュルクShulkShulk Foresees a Fight!foresee見越す、予見する未来視という能力がある
クッパJr.Bowser Jr.Bowser Jr. Clowns the Competition!clownふざけるいたずら
ダックハントDuck HuntDuck Hunt Takes Aim!take aim狙いを定めるカモを狙い撃つゲーム性から
ミュウツーMewtwoMewtwo Strikes Back!strike back殴り返す、反撃するミュウツーの逆襲
リュカLucasLucas Comes Out of Nowhere!come out of nowhere突然やってくるリュカはノーウェア(Nowhere)島に住んでいる
ロイRoyRoy Seals the Deal!seal the deal契約を結ぶ、取引を固めるロイ封印(seal)の剣の主人公
リュウRyuHere Comes A New Challenger! Ryu--ストリートファイター乱入時のメッセージ
クラウドCloudCloud Storms into Battle!storm into押し入る、突入するStorm Clouds(凶兆、悪いことが起こる前兆
カムイCorrinCorrin Chooses to Smash!choose to do決めるファイアーエンブレムifの「運命分岐点」で選択肢を選ぶから
ベヨネッタBayonettaBayonetta Gets Wicked!---
リドリーRidleyRidley Hits the Big Time!hit the big time成功する、一流になる、大当たりするRidley is too big.というネットミーム
シモンSimonSimon Lashes Out!lash out暴力攻撃する、食って掛かるLash(ムチ)→メインウェポンがムチ
リヒターRichterRichter Crosses Over!cross overクロスオーバーする、枠を超えるCross→横必殺技クロス十字架ブーメラン
クロムChromChrom Joins the Battle!---
ダークサムスDark SamusDark Samus Joins the Battle!---
キングクルールKing K. RoolKing K. Rool Comes Aboard!come aboard(船に)乗り込む、参加する船に乗り込む→キャプテン
しずえIsabelleIsabelle Turns Over A New Leaf!turn over a new leaf改心する、心機一転するとびだせ どうぶつの森」の英語タイトルが「Animal Crossing: New Leaf
ケンKenKen Turns Up the Heat!turn up the heat温度をあげる、強火にする、勢いを増すケンリュウと違い、昇龍拳で火を噴く
ガオガエンIncineroarIncineroar Enters the Ring!enter the ringリングに入るプロレス技を使うキャラクターなので
パックンフラワーPiranha PlantPiranha Plant Pipes Up!pipe upしゃべり(歌い)始める、甲高い声で話す、汲み上げる土管
バンジョーカズーBanjo-KazooieBanjo-Kazooie are Raring to Go!raring to go今か今かと待ち切れない、~したくてしかたがない開発元がRare社
勇者HeroThe Hero Draws Near!draw nearそこに向かって動く

備考)ベヨネッタの「Get Wicked」は調べてもヒットせず、いまいちわかりませんでした。Wickedは「邪悪な、いたずらな」という意味

こうしてみるとキャラの特徴をとらえた言葉選びがあって面白いですね!

調べてたら発見した関連ページ

http://smashbrossp.net/archives/8777

https://smashbrosmatome.work/2018/09/17/post-3706/

http://smashwiki.info/%E3%82%B9%E3%83%9E%E3%83%96%E3%83%A9SP%E3%81%AE%E5%8F%82%E6%88%A6%E3%83%A0%E3%83%BC%E3%83%93%E3%83%BC%E3%83%BB%E3%83%97%E3%83%AD%E3%83%83%E3%83%88%E9%9B%86

追記

遊んだことな元ネタゲームが多く言葉遊び要素が分からなくて探すのに苦労しました。コメントでご指摘いただいた部分は修正してます

あと自分はどっかまとまった情報が見たかっただけなので、誰かこの情報をどこかのサイトにまとめ直してくれてもいいです。

2014-05-06

ソース

最高位No.1

  • Ilie Nastase
  • John Newcombe
  • Jimmy Connors
  • Bjorn Borg
  • John McEnroe
  • Ivan Lendl
  • Mats Wilander
  • Stefan Edberg
  • Boris Becker
  • Jim Courier
  • Pete Sampras
  • Andre Agassi
  • Thomas Muster
  • Marcelo Rios
  • Carlos Moya
  • Yevgeny Kafelnikov
  • Patrick Rafter
  • Marat Safin
  • Gustavo Kuerten
  • Lleyton Hewitt
  • Juan Carlos Ferrero
  • Andy Roddick
  • Roger Federer
  • Rafael Nadal
  • Novak Djokovic

最高位No.2

最高位No.3

最高位No.4

最高位No.5

2010-06-25

仕事切り上げて

ゆっくりワインでも飲みたい

メール作法

How to Begin and End Email

Beginnings and endings are a challenge in most activities, but in email getting off to a good start and ending positively will strengthen the communication and increase understanding.

Start with a specific subject line.

Choose the better subject line in each pair below:

1. a. New Phones

b. New Phone Installation: Your Action Required

2. a. Update on Development of Sales Model

b. Status Update

3. a. Summer newsletter

b. 10 Great Tips for Summer vacation

In number 1, the second choice conveys a sense of urgency and action, whereas the first choice falls flat. In 2, the longer title focuses the reader on which update the email is explaining. In 3, you don’t really have much choice. Who would take a?

Next comes the greeting.

Examples:

Hello, Robin.

• Hi, Fred and Lauri.

• Hi, team.

• Greetings, everyone

• Good morning, Sayed. (If Sayed this message in the morning)

• Jian, we are looking forward to meeting you next week.

• To: Finance and Administration Team

• To all employees:

• David,

• Ruth, Mala and Felicia:

Dear Mr. Mathews

The last five examples must be on a separate line at the top of the message. All the others can be either a separate line or at the beginning of a paragraph.

Choose the greeting that matches your relationship with the reader(s) and the purpose of the message. “Hi” is friendly but too informal in certain situations—for example, in response to a request for a proposal. “Hello” is friendly and professional. “Hey”is too informal and slangy for most messages.

“To” followed by a pronoun like “all” or the name of a group sounds professional but does not convey warmth. Warmth is required in all messages, but please remember that you must always consider the position of the receiver.

Avoid gender-based greetings such as “Ladies.” Even if the group you are writing it is all women, some among them will object to this greeting.

Do not greet people whose name is included on the Cc line. Only greet people whose names are on the To line of the email.

The punctuation of greetings is a topic for discussion. All the punctuation used in the list above is correct. Some people use “Hi team” and “Hello Robin” without the comma, but traditional writers retain the comma. The reason is that these words are in “direct address.” When we directly address the reader, as in “Hi, team” (or in the example that begins with “Jian”) the name is separated from the other words by a comma.

Dear Mr. Mathews” is followed by a colon in a business letter and in an email that replaces a business letter. However, it is also acceptable to use a comma after a

Dear” greeting in a business email.

In a quick exchange of email with someone it is not necessary to continually greet your reader. Compare such an exchange with putting the person on hold on the telephone. When you return to the phone call, you say, “Thanks for holding. I have the information: rather than “Hi Laurie.”

The last sentence of an email is like the last words of a phone call. They may be a quick signoff or a courteous close, depending on the formality of the communication.

Examples:

• See you in Tokyo!

• Have a great trip!

I will email you in August to schedule lunch.

• Please call me again with any questions

Thanks again for all your help with the design.

• Thank you for your cooperation. We appreciate the opportunity to work with you.

Avoid continually using “Have a great day!” or similar expression as your closing sentence. It became meaningless with constant use and it is a bad fit with email that communicates a policy or serious announcement.

It is not wise to save a request for action or approval until the end of the message. Email readers do not read to the end of a message when they believe they have gotten the main point already.

A complimentary close—yes or no?

Business letters typicall end with phrases called “complimentary closes” such as “Sincerely yours,” “Best wishes,”and “Best regards.” A complimentary close is not required in email. However, business email often uses such a close to sound formal, look professional, or simply communicate courteously.

Examples:

• Sincerely,(the most formal of the list)

• Best regards, (professional)

• Warm regards, (professional and warm, as you would expect)

• Regards, (less friendly than the other 2 regards choices)

• With best wishes, (or) Best wishes, ( professional)

• With thanks, (professional and grateful)

• Ciao! (friendly and rather informal)

• Cheers, (friendly)

A word like “Greetings” does not belong in a close. It may be used in the last sentence, though, to greet others who might see the message:

• Please give our greetings to Dr. Carr

• Greetings to your colleagues in Systems Research

Although people frequently use “Thanksas a close, it is not standard, and careful writers avoid it. Do not use “Thanks in advanceas a close, because many people find it presumptuous. Rather than “Thanks” or “Thanks in advance,” create a better sentence, such asThanks for considering my request.” Or use “With thanksas a complimentary close followed by a comma.

Advice for those who receive less-than-perfect Email. You will sometimes receive email that is less than perfect, which means you might feel a bit offended by them. My advice to you on this is to get through them and leave them behind. Bring a bright smile to your face and a kind tone to your email reply. Forgive those whose writing was clumsy, abrupt, or annoying. They were merely experiencing moments of being human and imperfect.

 
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