DICTIONARY

observe

動詞
  • ja

    よく見る、観察する

    Globify による定義
  • en

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

    Globify による定義
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Observe.
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How did you see that?
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Because I was looking for it.
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May I help you?
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Oh, no thanks.
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We're just here to observe.
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You don't observe a dance class.
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You dance a dance class.
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- That's how you won the competition? - Yeah.
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- Yeah.
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Andy, you wanna take some notes?
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You wanna observe?
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Hey, Shiv.
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Hey.
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Your sister's just in for the day.
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Just to observe.
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Observe what?
動詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    〔規則や法律を〕守る、順守する

  • en

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

  • Unfortunately, I'm gonna need you to observe the fasten seatbelt sign.

    From The Worst Airline Experiences - Key & Peele

  • That's why today, America observes National Chocolate Ice Cream Day.

    From Cleveland ice cream shop celebrates chocolate treat

  • Since we're in California, and the governor wants everyone to observe social distancing,

    From Dr. Jon LaPook Answers Ellen’s Questions About Coronavirus

  • さらに2つの例を表示