contact

名詞
  • ja

    つながり、つて、コネ

    Globify による定義
  • en

    someone you know who can be helpful to you, especially in business

    Globify による定義
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She began to make inquiries through government contacts
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from her years working in the United States Bureau of Fisheries.
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He went to the Russians a week ago,
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and said he had a contact, an American, somebody he could use.
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It's a powerful business networking app that lets me use my free time
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to meet valuable professional contacts anytime I want to.
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Hey, Siri, call my emergency contact.
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My husband's an idiot.
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Hey, Mom.
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Hey, sweetheart.
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So your Sam's roommate?
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Uh-huh.
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The girl who called me last night?
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Yeah. Did you add me to your contacts?
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No.
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By befriending others in your field of study,
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you can gain numerous professional contacts that will help you achieve career goals.
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So, who are those handsome men you were talking to?
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My contacts.
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Calling Dirty John.
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Well, there's no one named Dirty John in my contacts.
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When their contact arrives, bring them all there.
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Just hold it right there.
動詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    連絡を取る

  • en

    to communicate with somebody, typically in order to give or receive specific information

  • Also, you don't want them trying to contact you in 5 different places,

    From Worst mistakes on resumes

  • Did you contact the on-set hair stylist, Paul Abascal?

    From Jake Loves All Things Die Hard - Brooklyn Nine-Nine

  • it'll make it hard to contact brands directly and offer them your services.

    From How To Start A Successful Amazon Business, From A Seller Making Millions

  • さらに3つの例を表示