ニュースの中での Severe

コロケーションの例

more severe より深刻な
most severe 最も厳しい
severe damage 深刻な被害
severe weather 悪天候
suffered severe ひどく苦しんだ

出版物および例文

www.nbcnews.com
NBCNews.com
· D.C. mayor says she's concerned about spread of coronavirus at protests  
He died from severe respiratory complications while receiving treatment at a specialized COVID-19 treatment facility.  Copy example sentence
www.theatlantic.com
The Atlantic
· ‘Panic Is Not a Christian Virtue’  
But leaders have been reluctant to allow religious gatherings; last week, Lightfoot said Trump’s call to open churches was “dangerous and foolish.” In May, the city cracked down on noncompliant congregations: Metro Praise International was fined and threatened with more severe penalties.  Copy example sentence
www.nytimes.com
The New York Times
· Resisting Lockdown, Nicaragua Becomes a Place of Midnight Burials  
His death certificate says he died of acute respiratory failure as a consequence of “unusual severe pneumonia.”  Copy example sentence
www.axios.com
Axios
· Minnesota AG: Prosecution of officer in George Floyd case shouldn't be rushed  
Some protestors have demanded more severe charges and Floyd's family has asked Ellison to serve as a special prosecutor in the case.  Copy example sentence
www.theage.com.au
The Age
· CBA allows interest-only switch as banks prepare for COVID-19 'check-ins'  
CBA's move follows a surge in bank shares last week, amid predictions the damage to banks from COVID-19 will be less severe than feared.  Copy example sentence
www.theage.com.au
The Age
· Thousands of us have suffered severe stress  
Thousands of Australians have suffered severe financial and emotional stress.  Copy example sentence
www.theguardian.com
The Guardian
· Experts decry easing of coronavirus lockdown for England's shielders  
Dr Stephen Griffin, an associate professor at Leeds University’s school of medicine, said the relaxation of measures for shielders - those most at risk from severe Covid-19 symptoms - “seems to lack any obvious rationale other than to add to an ongoing ‘good news’ narrative that appears to have little grounding in reality”.  Copy example sentence