as ofphrase

  • ja~現在で、(~を基点として)それ以後は
  • enused to show the time or date from which something begins or ends

Examples

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1.
And no offense to everybody who still works here.
2.
But you have no idea how good it feels to say that as of this moment,
3.
I will never have to make coffee again.
4.
Now, Mr. Kaplan Sr. likes his coffee strong.
5.
So you wanna use 2 bags instead of 1.
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0:14 / --:--
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1.
Okay, everybody.
2.
You have each been chosen to be part of a brand new dance crew named TBD.
3.
What is TBD?
4.
It stands for "To Be Determined."
5.
That's not our real name.
6.
It's just like an abbreviation.
7.
The flyer says there would be snacks.
8.
Which are also TBD as of right now.
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0:00 / --:--
Mute
1.
- As of a few weeks ago, Jane is no longer a virgin. - Yes.
2.
How did people react?
3.
It was awesome.
4.
We had such a great reception because we told the truth.
5.
Losing virginity is not fun.
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0:53 / --:--
Mute
1.
And you have been in the Navy for 19 years?
2.
Yes, 19 years as of June.
3.
19 years.
4.
Wow.
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0:01 / --:--
Mute
1.
Hey, what's up? How you doing?
2.
Nice to meet you.
3.
My name's Chet and I'm here to party.
4.
And as of last Thursday, I am gonorrhea-free.
5.
So, you wanna dance, girl?
6.
Come on. Let's shake it. No, no, can't.
7.
I can't. I can't even. No. Come on. Let's shake it.
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0:21 / --:--
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1.
How do you identify?
2.
Ooh, what a loaded question.
3.
As of right now, I identify as a butch lesbian.
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3:25 / --:--
Mute
1.
Some business news:
2.
as of Friday, the video conferencing company Zoom has valued at more than $40 billion, or roughly as much as Uber,
3.
which makes sense, since they're both places where users have no idea how to mute themselves.