Last modified on 3 June 2014, at 17:55

火力

ChineseEdit

simpl. and trad.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

火力

  1. heating power
  2. firepower, power of a firearm

JapaneseEdit

Kanji in this term

Grade: 1
りょく
Grade: 1
on'yomi

NounEdit

火力 (hiragana かりょく, romaji karyoku)

  1. heating power of a stove etc.
    • 1908, 寺田寅彦, 歳時記新註:
      コークスは石炭 (せきたん)蒸焼 (むしやき)にした (すみ)だ、火力 (かりょく) (つよ)いが ()えつきにくい。
      kōkusu wa sekitan o mushiyaki ni shita sumi da, karyoku ga tsuyoi ga moetsuki-nikui.
      Coke is roasted coal, and it has strong heating power but is difficult to ignite.
  2. firepower, power of a firearm
    • 1929, 石原莞爾, 戦争史大観:
      それでもなおモルトケ時代 (じだい)散兵 (さんぺい)火力 (かりょく)密集隊 (みっしゅうたい)突撃力 (とつげきりょく)との併用 (へいよう)大体戦術 (だいたいせんじゅつ)方式 (ほうしき)であった。
      soredemo nao morutoke jidai wa sanpei no karyoku to misshū-tai no totsugekiryoku to no heiyō ga daitai senjutsu no hōshiki de atta.
      Nonetheless the main military strategy in Moltke's time was to combine the firepower of lone fighters with the attacking force of a dense formation of soldiers.

KoreanEdit

Hanja in this word

NounEdit

火力 (hwaryeok) (hangeul 화력)

  1. Hanja form? of 화력, “heating power; firepower”.