DICTIONARY

review

名詞
  • ja

    批評[論評][記事]

    Globify による定義
  • en

    an essay, article, or report that gives a critical evaluation of a book, movie, play, show, product, service, etc.; a critique or an evaluation

    Globify による定義
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Hey, my first review is out.
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Oh! Oh, the 'Chelsea Reporter.'
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Oh, these used to keep me so warm.
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Right, look, I'm on the back page.
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Oh! Okay.
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"Would I go back to Allesandro's?
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Sure, but I would have to order 2 meals:
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One for me, and 1 for the guy pointing the gun to my head."
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Wow! You really laid into this place.
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Hey, they don't pay me a penny a word to make friends.
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Think about the last performance review that you gave.
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Did you say really what you were thinking?
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Usually, we don't.
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Why? Because we think we'd be cruel to say what we were really thinking,
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that we would be unkind.
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Not telling people honestly where they stand and what you think about their performance,
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it hurts them in the end.
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I actually look forward to performance reviews.
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I really enjoy being judged.
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I believe I hold up very well to even severe scrutiny.
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The first thing I notice is the pricing system.
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Every price tag has a barcode in which you can use the Hema app to scan the barcode,
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and then see the price of the item online.
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You can also see reviews of that product.
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You will not leave town.
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You will not act as a police officer in any capacity, including court.
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You will make yourself available to the Chief of Police within 30 minutes notice.
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Pending review, you will be brought up before a Board of Rights.
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This isn't over.
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No.
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But you are.
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One trick is to use the Target app to scan any product that you're buying.
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The reason I love to do that is because I can look at reviews for the items.
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Every once in a while, there's definitely a dud, and you wanna avoid it.
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But I like to use store reviews to make sure that when I'm buying a store brand,
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I'm still getting a premium product.
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So as it turns out, I may not have done so hot on my customer reviews this year.
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Maybe it's 'cause you spent the whole year flirting with the receptionist.
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What if your neighbor had introduced themselves first with their name,
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where they're from, the name of their kids or their dog?
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Imagine that they had 150 reviews of people saying, "They're great at holding unlocked phones!"
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Now, how would you feel about handing your phone over?
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It turns out, a well-designed reputation system is key for building trust.
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And we didn't actually get it right the first time.
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It's hard for people to leave bad reviews.
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Eventually, we learned to wait until both guests and hosts left the review before we reveal them.
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What are you writing?
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Hmm, you can't even give Cornell your full attention.
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On the contrary, I'm helping Cornell by evaluating their interviewers.
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Nobody wants that to happen.
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Well, when they get my evaluation, we'll see if they're interested.
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Applicant is attempting to blackmail interviewer, showing low moral character.
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Interviewer is threatening applicant with an arbitrary review process.
動詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    見直す、再調査[再検討]する

  • en

    to look at, study, or examine something, especially carefully

  • See, Detective Harper asked me to review her body-cam footage.

    From Sgt. Grey Warns Nolan About His New T.O. - The Rookie

  • I haven't reviewed.

    From Chernobyl: Elements of Chernobyl: “Vichnaya Pamyat” Featurette | HBO

  • Okay, let's review our simple harmonies.

    From Christmas in the Nine-Nine - Brooklyn Nine-Nine

  • さらに7つの例を表示