Noun + をもって
As this structure is preceded by the particle を, it will only be used directly following nouns, or noun phrases.
検査の結果は電話をもって連絡させていただきます。The results of the examination will be communicated by telephone.
- お客様の順番になりましたら、アプリをもって通知いたします。When it is your turn, you will be notified via the app.
- 自分の家族を持ってから、親である大変さを身をもって感じた。By having my own family, I have learned firsthand how difficult being a parent is.
最新の技術をもってすれば、運転を完全に自動化することは可能だと思います。Withrecent technologies, I think it will be possible to fully automate driving.
- 君みたいな忍耐をもってすれば、どんなことでも乗り越えられるだろう。With your perseverance, you will probably be able to overcome anything.
A new kind of battery, made with graphene-coated anodes, is expected to be introduced next year.
Tanaka-san has been elected as a labor union representative with a majority vote.
Recruiter: 'The results of the interview will be communicated to you by phone.'
Aをもって is often used when (in formal circumstances) someone will be informed about the results of something like an exam, interview or decision by means of A.
A wedding ceremony, the entrance of the bride and groom, priest: 'Everybody, please welcome (the bride and groom) with applause.'
The winner will be notified with a prize. (Literally - The announcement of the winner will be replaced with the shipment of the prize)
An extremely common phrase, used with all kinds of competitions and giveaways. There is no official announcement, winners simply receive prizes.
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を以て – Grammar Discussion
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The details for this point show the Register as Casual, but the information section says it’s used in very formal circumstances. I’ve noticed similar inconsistencies in some other grammar points as well. Are these just mislabeled, or have I been misunderstanding Bunpro’s meaning of “Register”?
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