ally

名詞
  • ja

    連合国、同盟国、同盟者、協力者

    Globify による定義
  • en

    a country, person, or group that helps another, especially in times of competition, conflict, or war

    Globify による定義
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They could be powerful allies.
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You want me to induct them?
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They're our enemies.
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But they don't know that.
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I told her I didn't know whether you'd wanna do it, because you've always been so loyal to me.
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You've been my most trusted ally.
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You said that?
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Yep, I did.
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If I'm going to change things,
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I'm going to need allies.
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Allies with power.
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The company was on the verge of going bust.
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Time was running out.
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But all that changed with the return of Steve Jobs.
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The Apple co-founder came back in 1997
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and immediately put the company back on track by partnering with Microsoft.
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The one-time enemy was now an ally.
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Then there's trade.
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These vectors and arrows represent ever stronger trade relationships
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that China has with every country in the region.
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Specifically, it targets Japan and Korea and Australia, countries that are strong allies of the United States.
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Australia, for example, is heavily dependent on exporting iron ore and natural gas to China.
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But the newly crowned king made a tragic political mistake by backing out of his arranged marriage
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with a French princess to secretly marry the widow of a minor noble.
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This alienated his most powerful ally, the Earl of Warwick.
動詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    同盟する、同盟を結ぶ

  • en

    to join another group, person, etc. in order to give or receive support

  • Chavez will have to find inmates he can ally himself with for protection.

    From Kids Behind Bars | National Geographic

  • their most recent leader, hetman Petro Doroshenko allied with the Ottoman Empire.

    From A day in the life of a Cossack warrior - Alex Gendler

  • The Haqqanis allied themselves with the Taliban

    From The Taliban hostages you’ve never heard of

  • さらに3つの例を表示