factornoun

  • ja要因、因子
  • enone of the things that affects a situation, event, decision, etc.

Examples

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4:27 / --:--
Mute
1.
Listen, do you think —
2.
And try not to let my intense vulnerability become any kind of a factor here.
3.
But do you think it would be okay if I asked you out sometime maybe?
4.
Yeah.
5.
Maybe.
6.
Okay.
7.
Okay, maybe I will.
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5:35 / --:--
Mute
1.
Come on, Chidi.
2.
Pick someone.
3.
Don’t pressure me, Uzo.
4.
I have to consider all the factors:
5.
athletic strategies, the fragile egos of my classmates, and gender politics.
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0:22 / --:--
Mute
1.
Tom.
2.
- Me? - Yeah.
3.
- Uh, Pierce? - Yeah.
4.
Well, there's a lot of factors and...
5.
But yes, I personally, I like it.
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4:02 / --:--
Mute
1.
We eat bacon.
2.
Yeah, I saw that.
3.
And you're not vegan?
4.
I've only been vegan since February.
5.
And what was your deciding factor?
6.
My wife asked me to.
7.
His wife asked him to.
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3:40 / --:--
Mute
1.
Is race an important factor when choosing a partner?
2.
Hmm...
3.
No.
4.
I don't think so.
5.
Ooh, yes!
6.
That's a yes.
7.
I find myself attracted to people who are brown.
8.
Like, my color brown.
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1:31 / --:--
Mute
1.
Oh, mama.
2.
This guy can salsa.
3.
He's actually dancing what's known as bachata.
4.
Now, this is a translator.
5.
No one could deny Enrique's "it" factor.
6.
The job was his.
7.
And it was a risky mission but just the kind I lived for.