keynoun

  • ja秘訣、カギ
  • ena thing that enables you to understand or achieve something

Examples

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He got into Kevin's closet.
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He was supposed to stay downstairs.
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The binder was very clear about that.
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Why won't you respect the binder?
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Oh, no, he's turning all the turtlenecks into regular necks.
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Charles, you gotta help us.
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On it.
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Okay, the key with dogs is establishing the alpha.
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Chedda, dwop it.
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Pwease dwop it.
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I'll give you anything you want.
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Oh, Cheddar is the alpha, didn't expect that.
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I don't know, I just feel like you're trying way too hard, man.
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Well, not everyone can have your perfect hair, all right?
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It's not about the hair, man.
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The key with girls is just acting like you don't care.
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Even if you do?
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Yeah, exactly, it drives them nuts.
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We're gonna be the number one media conglomerate in the world.
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The key here is act like a happy family.
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We're the Osmonds, and I'm Daddy fucking Warbucks, okay?
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Good, fine.
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Nobody here has any glaring substance abuse issues that almost brought down the company, right?
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Information is the key.
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You need to learn your enemy's strengths and strategies.
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You need to learn which of your friends are not your friends.
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Granted, some mother tongues might sound a little threatening to the average American.
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If you're walking down the aisle speaking Arabic,
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you might freak them out —
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*Imitates Arabic.*
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They might say, "What's he talking about?"
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The key, to my Arab brothers and sisters,
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is to throw in random good words to put people at ease
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as you're walking down the aisle.
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Just as you're walking down —
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Strawberry!
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Rainbow!
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Tutti Frutti!
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"I think he's going to hijack the plane with some ice cream."
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I got this.
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All right, do you?
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Let's go.
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I heard through the grapevine that watching cute videos on Ellen YouTube
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is the key to happiness.
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- No, on Ellen - EllenTube.
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Yeah, ellentube is the key to happiness, yes.
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Ellentube, yes, key to happiness, yes.
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See you got it.
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Happiness.
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Do you think of things and write them down?
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Or do you just start snapchatting and things come to you?
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This is all organic, off my head.
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Everything you see me do, it's just me being me.
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And I think that's the key to success is you being yourself.
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And a gallon of water.
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And a gallon of water, you know what I'm saying?
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I misjudged her.
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The key to the sublime, it was never in her mind,
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it's in mine.

Other meanings for key...

keyadjective

  • ja重要な、肝要な
  • enextremely or crucially important
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What are your key ingredients to falling in love?
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My ingredients are friendship, chemistry, the X factor.
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What's the X factor?
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Don't worry, we've got it.
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Have you heard about Facebook's go-to interview question?
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Lots of companies are borrowing it.
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So knowing the best way to answer it needs to become a key part of your job hunt preparation.
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- Now, in WWE, trash talk is key in wrestling. - It's kinda what we do.
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What's the worst thing that someone has said to you?
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- Believe it or not, once, a guy named Dwayne Johnson, who is known in our circle as The Rock, - Yes.
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politely, and I say this seriously with the utmost eyebrows of intention, said that he had sex with my mom.
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But he did it in such a way where he made it cool.
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I've heard from a number of CEOs that they learned a lot of important lessons playing video games, board games.
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But a lot of parents look at their kids and say, "What are you doing?
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Go outside."
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So I think the key thing is to make sure your kids are learning how to transfer the lessons
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that they're doing from these games to other domains in their life.
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I would like to see you for Christmas instead of you always being with your father.
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Why don't you ask him what he'd rather?
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He can keep the summer palace, if I get the family every Christmas.
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You have to have good lines of communication after a divorce.
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It's absolutely key.
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So I think we have to hear which he'd prefer.
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Let's make him choose.
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First key point is that banking is very important,
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that if you have a medical need or you wanna pay your kid's school fee,
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you need to be able to save and plan, or you need to be able to borrow to meet that need.
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And if you're poor, sometimes you just can't meet the need.
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You pull your kid out of school.
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That's very inefficient.
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Alright, but I don't think I'm gonna win.
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But either way, hey, confidence.
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Confidence is key.
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Alright, here we go.
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Alright, you ready? Let's line up.
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Coronavirus has sent a shiver down the spine of the global economy.
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What started as a crisis in China is now a worldwide health emergency.
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And companies are being hit in 3 key ways:
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disrupted supply chains, a squeeze on consumers, and limitations on how and where people work.
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The movie is, I play a police officer who has to escort the key witness in a federal trial.
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- It's me. Yeah. - That's her.
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From San Antonio to Dallas.