sphere

名詞
  • ja

    領域

    Globify による定義
  • en

    the place or environment within which a person or thing exists; also a field of activity or operation

    Globify による定義
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It's an extraordinarily difficult show to make.
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We filmed over 100 children in 11 countries, 250 days, globally.
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We're shooting this in large format, which is new in the documentary sphere.
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Close ties between the U.S. and the U.K. helped lay the groundwork for the creation of NATO,
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an alliance between several countries that wanted protection
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from the Soviet Union’s growing sphere of influence.
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Every day brings 500 million Instagram stories and 137 million blog posts on Tumblr alone.
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Every minute, 400 hours of YouTube video is uploaded.
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And since I started speaking, over 300,000 tweets have hit the Twitter sphere.
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Let’s think about some of the issues that are in the public sphere.
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Abortion, healthcare, taxes, security of the country.
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All of these issues hit right to the core of our identity.
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A purchase on a horizon?
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I'm just looking, thank you.
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The hesitation in your voice,
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soon to be an echo in the recesses of the spheres of retail.
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True to the second-wave feminist movement,
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Peggy’s career is about showing a woman can do any job a man can do
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and claiming a woman’s right to equality in the professional sphere.
名詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    球、球体

  • en

    a solid figure that is completely round or a rounded body that approximates this form

  • May I go ahead and chisel your aroma sphere?

    From The Wrong Way to Consume Alcohol - Parks and Recreation

  • You can think of these positions as points on a sphere.

    From The high-stakes race to make quantum computers work - Chiara Decaroli

  • This new design, known as a fuel pebble, encases uranium in a golf-ball-sized sphere.

    From The fight to rethink (and reinvent) nuclear power

  • さらに3つの例を表示