ニュースの中での Devastating

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devastating earthquake 壊滅的な地震
devastating effect 破壊的な効果
devastating effects 壊滅的な影響
devastating fire 壊滅的な火
most devastating 最も破壊的な

出版物および例文

Seeking Alpha
· Athersys: Fare Well  
Ischemic strokes are a common and potentially devastating, even deadly, type of stroke that occurs when a blood clot blocks an artery to the brain.
The Japan Times
· Japan enacts law toughening transparency regulations on tech giants  
Such worries have heightened during the novel coronavirus pandemic, as government requests for people to stay at home have boosted online sales while devastating brick-and-mortar stores.
The Independent
· Visits to national domestic abuse helpline website surge by 950 per cent during lockdown  
A report recently released by MPs revealed domestic abuse killings doubled over 21 days during lockdown as it warned coronavirus upheaval would have “devastating consequences for a generation” if the government fails to urgently tackle the issue.
Financial Express
· Animal Spirits stuck at the same place as lockdown stall economic activity  
The numbers offered the first glimpse of the devastating hit to the economy from the coronavirus pandemic and the nationwide shutdown that came into effect in the last week of March.
The New York Times
· Coronavirus Live Updates: As Renter Protections End, Worry Over an ‘Avalanche of Evictions’  
The fallout is predicted to be devastating for the nation’s renters, who entered the pandemic with lower incomes, significantly less in savings and housing costs that ate up more of their paychecks.
The New York Times
· With or Without the Say of Players, College Football Moves Toward a Return  
men’s basketball tournament revenue, canceling football “can have an unbelievably devastating impact on us,” said Larry Williams, the athletic director at Akron, which recently dropped three sports amid a universitywide budget crunch.
The Guardian
· Fifteen years of TV dinners: why Come Dine With Me has endured  
Dave Lamb has consistently provided sharp and sometimes devastating voiceovers (whip-fast reviews of the efforts of hosts such as Tina: “Curry from a jar, microwaved rice and shop-bought flatbread … this should be interesting”).
The New York Times
· An ‘Avalanche of Evictions’ Could Be Bearing Down on America’s Renters  
The economic downturn is shaping up to be particularly devastating for renters, who are more likely to be lower income and work hourly jobs cut during the pandemic.
The Atlantic
· What the Beaches Teach Us  
For beach towns that depend on commerce—not just short sandy walks or bike rides—and for states that rely on summer tourism for tax revenue, the ripple effect of a skittish public over the next three months could be devastating.
The New York Times
· This Anti-Trump Ad Is Just the Beginning of a Narrative Free-for-All  
It would seem like a can’t-lose proposition for Democrats — or Never-Trump Republicans — to ask the same question Reagan used to such devastating effect against Carter in 1980: “Are you better off than you were four years ago?” Good luck finding many Americans who can still answer in the affirmative.