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Standpoint, position in Japanese 🇯🇵

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standpoint, position たちば
How to say “standpoint, position” in Japanese? “たちば”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “たちば” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on standpoint, position in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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たちば (tachiba)

Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Break it down into two parts: "たち (tachi)" which sounds like 'touch' and "ば (ba)" which can remind you of 'bar'. You can create a mental image of touching a bar as taking a position or standpoint.
– Associate it with “立場 (tachiba)” where "立 (tachi)" means to stand and "å ´ (ba)" means place. Think of it as "the place you stand."

– "たちば (tachiba)" refers to a person's stance, perspective, or point of view on a particular matter.
– It can also signify a physical position, but it is more commonly used figuratively.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 見解 (けんかい, kenkai) – opinion, view
– 視点 (してん, en) – viewpoint, perspective
– 立ち位置 (たちいち, tachiichi) – position, stance (more commonly used in physical context but can imply standpoint)

Alternate meanings like slang:
– "たちば (tachiba)" does not have slang meanings, but it can be used metaphorically. For instance, referring to one's "tachiba" in a relationship can indicate their role or dynamics within it.

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. 彼のたちばから見れば、それは正しい選択だった。
– Kare no tachiba kara mireba, sore wa tadashii sentaku datta.
– From his standpoint, it was the right choice.

2. 私たちは異なるたちばに立っている。
– Wataachi wa kotonaru tachiba ni tatte iru.
– We stand from different positions/perspectives.

3. そのたちばを考慮に入れてください。
– Sono tachiba o kōryo ni irete kudasai.
– Please take that standpoint into consideration.

4. 彼女は中立的なたちばを保っている。
– Kanojo wa chÅ«ritsutekina tachiba o tatteiru.
– She maintains a neutral position/stance.

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