bully

名詞
  • ja

    いじめっ子、いじめをする人

    Globify による定義
  • en

    someone who is habitually cruel, insulting, or threatening to others who are weaker, smaller, or in some way vulnerable

    Globify による定義
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What up, dork?
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Oh, my God.
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Brent Blocker, my bully from the third grade?
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I just found out that I was a jerk in high school.
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Yeah, turns out I'm not the lovable nerd.
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I was the bully you hate.
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When Jordan was around, Diesel was a perfect little angel.
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But as soon as Jordan was out the door, Diesel became a bully
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and was on the verge of becoming a very dangerous dog.
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There is nothing quite so humiliating and disempowering as trying to prove the truth.
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Think of a schoolyard bully who says,
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"Why are you hitting yourself? Why are you hitting yourself?"
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Degrading you by forcing you to argue the obvious.
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Bill Gates is a genius at assembling all the parts that were needed
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to create the modern computer software industry.
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But he did it in a way that got his rivals to call him a monopolist, a bully.
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By the mid-90s, Microsoft's aggressive tactics begin to backfire.
動詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    いじめる、脅す

  • en

    to harm, intimidate, or oppress someone

  • And I was often bullied by my classmates for being different, for being Asian.

    From How I responded to sexism in gaming with empathy - Lilian Chen

  • - you think you can bully me into feeling whatever you want me to feel! - You in a trap?

    From Revolutionary Road: Arguing and screaming

  • that the other flamingos don't come over and bully her.

    From Cute Baby Birds | The Zoo

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