DICTIONARY

weakness

名詞
  • ja

    弱さ、弱点

    Globify による定義
  • en

    a personal defect or failing

    Globify による定義
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What happens is when it comes time to promote,
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when it comes time to pick the person running the division or who’s the next CEO,
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they get to the men and they talk about their strengths and weaknesses.
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And then they get to the women and they say,
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“She’s really good at her job, she’s just not as well-liked by her peers,”
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or, “She’s a little aggressive.”
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It’s very clear that we see peoples through stereotypical lens
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and in order to succeed at work, you need to be aggressive.
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Why don't I tell you what my greatest weaknesses are?
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I work too hard. I care too much.
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And sometimes, I can be too invested in my job.
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Okay.
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And your strengths?
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Well, my weaknesses are actually strengths.
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Mr. Biver has also talked about potential weakness in the Chinese market.
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Luxury brands have suffered of late due to a slowing economy,
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but he says LVMH's watch division was better insulated.
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Some brands that we are competing with, they have maybe 40%, 50% of their business in China
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so they will suffer much more.
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When you have 10%, 12%, it's okay.
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I should have given you a son.
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Not your fault.
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Whose, then?
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I gave you nothing but weakness.
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There are 2 types of backdoors.
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The first type is a list of private keys that'll allow the company access to encrypted messages
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so they could deliver these messages to an agency such as the FBI.
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There are 2 problems with this method.
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One, if this list is hacked or compromised, every person’s private key is up for grabs.
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Two, if the system is abused, you, the user,
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would have no idea that someone is accessing your data.
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The second type of backdoor is for tech companies
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to deliberately build a weakness or flaw into the encryption formula.
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That would allow law enforcement to access the messages on a case-by-case basis.
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Go home, take a paper bag, and cut some eye holes out of it.
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Put it over your head, get undressed, and look at yourself in the mirror.
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Really evaluate where your strengths and weaknesses are.
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And be honest.
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You gotta win though.
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I'm not worried about it.
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I've heard about the guy you're fighting.
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Be worried.
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I saw him sparring the other day.
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He's blind in his right eye.
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How could you even know something like that?
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I totally clocked it.
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He didn't see punches coming from his right.
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It's a huge weakness.
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It is.
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My husband is a good man.
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Don't mistake his honesty for weakness.
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He deserves respect.
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This was very disrespectful.
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COVID-19 is gonna be a huge burden on health systems.
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COVID-19 has also revealed some real weaknesses in our global health supply chains.
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Just-in-time-ordering, lean systems are great when things are going well,
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but in a time of crisis, what it means is we don't have any reserves.
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If a hospital — or a country — runs out of face masks or personal protective equipment,
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there's no big warehouse full of boxes that we can go to to get more.