trigger

名詞
  • ja

    いじめっ子、いじめをする人

    Globify による定義
  • en

    anything that causes or starts a reaction or series of reactions

    Globify による定義
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Crowds always set a trigger for me.
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They're a huge trigger.
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I get anxiety, panic attacks.
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Some of the many asthma triggers include tobacco smoke,
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pollen, dust, fragrances, exercise, cold weather, stress,
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and even the common cold.
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When do I stop?
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I feel like it was my fault.
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That was great.
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- How? - You think of a trigger.
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Do you think about anything in particular?
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Mainly death.
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Getting a bad grade, losing a job, having an argument,
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even a rainy day can bring on feelings of sadness.
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Sometimes there's no trigger at all.
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It just pops up out of the blue.
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Craig, you really reacted.
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Yeah, absolutely.
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I don't want Austin to feel unsafe anywhere.
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When you hear your son or your kids say they feel unsafe, that's a trigger.
動詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    引き金を引く

  • en

    to activate or set off a device, such as guns or bombs

  • Triggering the igniter now.

    From Angel Has Fallen: Gun battle with mercenaries

  • All you have to do is just trigger the thing acoustically, and it flashes.

    From DIY High Speed Video Camera - Muybridge Style - Smarter Every Day 5

  • When an animal crosses the infrared beam, it triggers the cameras.

    From Tiger Eye: Up Close and Personal | National Geographic

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名詞
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  • ja

    引き金

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    the small lever that activates a firearm

  • Pull the trigger.

    From Cloak & Dagger (7/10) Movie CLIP - Real Bullets (1984) HD

  • Finger off the trigger, finger off the trigger.

    From Best Slow Motion Reactions | Best of First Takes | Cut

  • So what would essentially happen would be you would pull the trigger here.

    From Colonial Weaponry 101 | Saints & Strangers

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動詞
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  • ja

    引き起こす、もたらす、誘発する

  • en

    to cause something to happen, work, or start, or to cause someone to do or feel something

  • Many of the chemicals inside cigarettes can trigger dangerous mutations

    From How do cigarettes affect the body? - Krishna Sudhir

  • The rain triggered massive mudslides.

    From Ellen Talks About Catastrophic Mudslides in Her Neighborhood of Montecito

  • Maybe something will trigger my memory.

    From Secret Obsession | Official Trailer | Netflix

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