出来できるだけ vs. なるべく: Which Has The Stronger Meaning?

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出来できるだけ vs. なるべく: Which Has The Stronger Meaning?

What is the difference between “出来できるだけ and なるべく”? Which has a stronger meaning? After reading this, you would be answering this question. Let me introduce what their subtle differences are and how you correctly use them such as native speakers today!




[wp-svg-icons icon=”checkmrk-circle” wrap=”i”] 出来できるだけ___ (dekirudake)

[wp-svg-icons icon=”arrow-right-2″ wrap=”span”] As ___ as possible / 尽可能 / 가능한 한 / … nhất có thể

出来できるだけ___ ” means “As ___ as possible” and which has been used as the meaning of “to a feasible extent”. The basic way to use it “出来できるだけ___してください。”, “出来できるだけ___する” etc. For instance, “出来できるだけはやてしてください。(Please come here as soon as possible.)”, “出来できるだけくわしくはなしてください。(Please tell me as much detail as possible.)”, “出来できだけはや会場かいじょうくようにします。(I will be at the venue as soon as possible.)”, etc. The tips for using it is that when using “出来できるだけ___ “, it has a pretty stronger meaning than “なるべく”. So, don’t use it to your boss rather use “なるべく” I mention down below. That’s why we don’t normally use “出来できるだけ___” to a person who we just met. Lastly, although “出来できるだけ___” and “なるべく” is used as the meaning, “出来できるだけ___” has a pretty stronger meaning than “なるべく”. When people get a little bit irritated at someone or don’t have enough time to wait, they rather use “出来できるだけ___” such as “すいませんが、時間じかんがないので出来できるだけはやてください。(I’m sorry but please come here as soon as possible because I don’t have enough time.)”. In this case, it doesn’t sound stronger. However, if you strongly say “出来できるだけはやてください。(Please come here as soon as possible.)” with no reasons, this sounds rude. We think “Did I do anything wrong? Does he/she get angry at me or something?”.

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出来できるだけはやてくださいね。 (Please come here as soon as possible.) (请尽可能地早点来。) (가능한 한 빨리 와주세요.) (Hãy đến sớm nhất có thể nhé!)
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出来できるだけはや会場かいじょうくようにします。 (I will be at the venue as soon as possible.) (我会尽快到达会场。) (가능한 한 빨리 회장에 도착하도록 하겠습니다.) (Tôi sẽ cố gắng đến hội trường sớm nhất có thể!)
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出来できるだけはやかえるね。 (I get home as soon as possible.) (我会尽快回来。) (가능한 한 빨리 돌아갈게.) (Tớ sẽ về sớm nhất có thể!)
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[wp-svg-icons icon=”checkmrk-circle” wrap=”i”] なるべく___ (narubeku)

[wp-svg-icons icon=”arrow-right-2″ wrap=”span”] If possible, If I can / 尽量 / 될 수 있으면 / nếu có thể thì…

“なるべく” means “If possible / If I can” and which has been used as the meaning of “to politely order or for asking if someone agrees with a suggestion”. The basic way to use it “なるべく___してください。”, “なるべく___する” etc. For instance, “なるべくはやてくれませんか?(Do you mind coming here if possible?)”, “なるべくくわしくはなしてくれませんか?(Do you mind telling me if possible?)”, “なるべくはや会場かいじょうくようにします。(I will be at the venue earlier if I can.), etc. The tips for using it is that when using “なるべく___ “, it has the more polite meaning than “出来できるだけ”, both of them are the same meaning though. “出来できるだけはやてください。(Please come here as soon as possible.)” might be pretty rude than “なるべくはやてしてくれませんか?(Do you mind coming here if possible?)”, however, “なるべくはや会場かいじょうくようにします。(I will be at the venue earlier if I can.)” might be rude than “出来できだけはや会場かいじょうくようにします。(I will be at the venue as soon as possible.)”. Lastly “出来できだけ” has the stronger meaning not only for people but also for your acts, whereas なるべく has the weaker meaning not only for people but also for your acts. If you really want to join something, you might want to use “出来できだけ” than “なるべく”. If you want to politely ask someone, you might want to use “なるべく” than “出来できだけ”.

Example
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なるべくはやてくれませんか? (Do you mind coming here if possible?) (你能不能早点来?) (되도록 빨리 와주지 않으시겠어요?) (Nếu có thể thì bạn hãy đến sớm giúp tôi nhé!)
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なるべくはや会場かいじょうくようにするよ。 (I will be at the venue earlier if I can.) (我会尽可能地赶紧到达会场。) (되도록 빨리 회장에 도착하도록 하겠습니다.) (Nếu có thể thì tôi sẽ cố gắng đến hội trường thật sớm!)
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なるべくはやかえるね。 (I’ll get home earlier if possible.) (我会尽可能快地回去。) (되도록 빨리 돌아갈게.) (Nếu được thì tớ sẽ về sớm nhé!)
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なるべくくわしくはなしてくれませんか? (Do you mind telling me if possible?) (你能尽量详细地告诉我吗?) (되도록 자세하게 말해주지 않으시겠어요?) (Nếu có thể thì bạn nói cụ thể hơn giúp tôi được không?)
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