guideverb

  • ja…を指導する、…を道案内する
  • ento direct, lead, influence or control someone or something

Examples

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Here, Jake, take my hand.
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I can guide you guys back.
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Come on, we're a chain. Here we go.
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- Just keep swimming. - Oh, just keep swimming.
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- Just keep swimming. - Oh, say it, Jake.
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Just keep swimming.
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I am calling to see if you would come down and interview for a job we have opening up in corporate.
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Wow.
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I wish I had prepared something to say.
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- That's not necessary. - May God...
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guide you in your quest.
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Yes.
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I can guide you out of there, but you must do exactly as I say.
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Okay.
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The cubicle across from you is empty.
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Go, now!
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Stay there.
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Spirit realm, hear our call!
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Let our voices guide you through the veil so you may move among us.
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Look at the salt go!
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Roger.
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Fine.
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You've seen 'Bird Box' right?
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Everybody seen 'Bird Box'?
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Sandra Bullock has to find her way around wearing a blindfold and she guides her kids with a little bell.
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So I got a blindfold for my producer Andy.
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Follow that sound of the bell.
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Ray!
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Listen for Morgan. Morgan Freeman.
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He will guide you.
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Listen to my voice, Ray.
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Now, just stay calm and focus on that white man.
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Everything is going to be okay.
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Dear Spike...
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Dear Oprah...
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Dear Stevie, your music has guided me through the most difficult moments of my life.