effectiveadjective

  • ja効果がある、有効な
  • enproducing the intended, desired, or expected result

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In terms of effectiveness, I would rate this a 5.
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It was very effective at producing a pretty good looking cylinder of pineapple slices.
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You wouldn't get married without knowing your partner's life story, right?
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Your new company also has a past.
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And you'll be savvier and more effective if you come on board knowing all about it.
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Chlorine is highly effective in destroying water's living organisms.
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You can only justify taking money from a rich country and sending it elsewhere
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if you have a very high confidence that that money is far more effective
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than what you're doing in the rich country itself.
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That is, the impact of a hundred dollars is huge like saving a life in the poor country,
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whereas it couldn't do anywhere near that much in the rich country.
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I've got some cubes that you could use in a salad.
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But not very effective at getting all the avocado out.
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So the story picks up there with Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford in it,
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some 30, 35 years after we last saw them.
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And so there's, I think, a very, very smooth, effective, satisfying transition
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from then, to the last time we saw them as those characters, to this film.
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And then, the takedown.
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Now, this is a very effective hold that can do a lot of damage to the wrist and entire arm.
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I'm good.
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At some point, online will be better than the lowest quartile teachers.
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And that's a big advantage.
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And then it will be better than the lowest median teacher.
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And then it will continue to— and by "better" I mean effective for the student,
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that the student learns more augmented by software.
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If you're trying to extend the shelf life of your fruits and vegetables,
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the freezer is a great way to go.
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It'll stop vegetables from spoiling,
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and it can also be an effective way to prep meals for later.
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Well, I think that we've gone overboard in financializing our economy.
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It's become the tail wagging the dog.
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And I think that Wall Street has been very effective at accelerating that financialization.