ニュースの中での Plane

コロケーションの例

complex plane 複雑な飛行機
focal plane 焦点面
plane crash 飛行機墜落事故
plane crashed 飛行機がcrash落した
projective plane 射影平面

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出版物および例文

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CNN
· Un puñado de países sigue recibiendo turistas de EE.UU. a pesar de que ahora es foco de la pandemia por coronavirus  
Si bien la mayoría de los viajeros estadounidenses se van a quedar en casa este verano y prefieren viajes en auto de corta distancia a viajes aéreos internacionales, algunos no permitirán que una pandemia global frene sus planes de viaje.
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Washington Post
· McIlroy spends extra week off bringing coach in for work  
But tee times were moved up Sunday to avoid any weather, so the tournament was ending about the time Nicklaus was getting on his plane.
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Washington Post
· NASCAR hosting largest sporting event crowd since pandemic  
They were greeted by a plane flying over the Tennessee track that was pulling a banner of the Confederate flag, which NASCAR has banned from its races.
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Mashable
· We read Mary Trump's book about Donald Trump so you don't have to  
Yes, Fred Sr. was mean to his firstborn about planes.
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NPR
· Organizers Nix 2021 Rose Parade, Its First Cancellation Since WWII  
The report also cited the potential health risks of participants and spectators traveling to the area, in many cases by plane.
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Seeking Alpha
· The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (GS) CEO David Solomon on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript  
On a more structural plane and thinking back to the $1.3 billion of expense reduction that we articulated, frankly, I think we come at that number now, with greater confidence in the in that number and frankly the ability to exceed it over the medium to long-term.
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The Age
· How billionaires become millionaires: Investing in airlines  
Its founder and largest shareholder, Stelios Haji-Ioannou, launched a failed attempt to oust the executive leadership and block the purchase of Airbus planes he argued the carrier neither needed nor could afford.
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The New York Times
· ‘Eat the Buddha’ Reports From the ‘World Capital of Self-Immolations’  
Only in North Korea has she witnessed such smothering surveillance and high levels of fear, she writes, accelerated by technological developments like a social credit system in development that will prevent “untrustworthy” citizens from employment, buying plane tickets and using credit cards.
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Financial Express
· Indian aviation: Hit hard by corona pandemic, but this crisis should not go waste  
With an oversupply of planes globally and a world awash with capital at low or negative interest rates, lease rates may settle lower.