observe

動詞
  • ja

    〔規則や法律を〕守る、順守する

    Globify による定義
  • en

    to comply with, abide by, or adhere to; to act in acknowledgment or acceptance of something

    Globify による定義
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I need you to take your seat, the fasten seatbelt sign is on.
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Yeah, I'm just gonna go to the bathroom for a second.
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I'll be right back, okay?
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I understand what you wanna do.
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Unfortunately, I'm gonna need you to observe the fasten seatbelt sign.
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Chocolate still has a great spot in everyone's heart.
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That's why today, America observes National Chocolate Ice Cream Day.
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Since we're in California, and the governor wants everyone to observe social distancing,
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I thought it would be safer with Andy outside.
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English, you go to Hong Kong tonight.
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Fisher will contact you there.
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To ensure protocol is observed, I'm sending someone with you.
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Agent Tucker.
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So a lot of Vietnamese people are actually Catholic.
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And since they have meatless Fridays,
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you know, when they have to observe some of the Lent traditions,
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instead of eating other seafoods, they'll come to crawfish restaurants.
動詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    よく見る、観察する

  • en

    to simply see or notice someone or something, or to carefully watch or sometimes listen to them, especially to learn more about them

  • Observe.

    From Sherlock Holmes (2009) - The Arrest of Lord Blackwood Scene (1/10) | Movieclips

  • We're just here to observe.

    From Friends: Monica's Credit Card Gets Stolen (Season 1 Clip) | TBS

  • You wanna observe?

    From Molly and Adam Make Pumpkin Chiffon Pie | From the Test Kitchen | Bon Appétit

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