draft

動詞
  • ja

    徴兵する、ドラフトで獲得する

    Globify による定義
  • en

    to be ordered or sent to join an organization, particularly the armed forces of a state or a professional team in sports

    Globify による定義
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Do you think there's any chance someone's gonna watch me doing this, Thursday Night Foodball, and go,
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- "We should draft this kid"? - No.
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And were you always a sports fan or did they get you into sports?
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No, I grew—
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My dad was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys back in the '70s.
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- What? - So football was kind of like in my—
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Oh, okay, alright.
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There was this war going on in Vietnam and people could get drafted and go to Vietnam.
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And I thought, "Oh, I can go to the Naval Academy,
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get a free education, don't have to get a summer job,
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and I don't have to worry about getting drafted to go to Vietnam."
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No, Sonny, you’re gonna talk to me man-to-man, you owe me that!
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I owe you? I drafted you.
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Your dad drafted me.
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No, Drew, I drafted you.
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What is this film about?
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Well, I play a 19-year-old kid who grew up in the Bronx, in the shadow of Yankee Stadium.
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And he winds up getting drafted by the Yankees.
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We are fighting a war 30 years in the future.
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Is this a joke?
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Our enemy is not human.
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We need you to fight.
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You got drafted.
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I will be back.
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Tens of thousands of 18-year-old kids were being drafted every month,
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going to Vietnam, getting massacred.
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Line up for your registration forms.
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Fill in all questions, including your reasons for coming to camp.
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I was wrong. I haven’t been hijacked, I’ve been drafted.
名詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    a piece of writing that is not yet in its finished form

  • en

    a piece of writing that is not yet in its finished form