optionnoun

  • ja選択の自由、選択権
  • enthe ability to choose something, or a thing that is or may be chosen

Examples

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Only 2 years ago, if you're a customer, there were really only 2 ways you could get served at McDonald's.
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You walk into the front counter and you line up.
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And then you take your tray, and you find your drink, and you find a table,
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or you go through the drive-through.
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Whereas now, we're introducing so many other options for our customers.
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There can't just be digital files.
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There must be hard copies.
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Those are all under lock and key in the archives.
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If I ask for clearance, it could alert him.
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Interesting.
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So what you're saying is that our only option is to break into the FBI and steal the file.
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Don't be absurd.
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Bob, I apologize for the absurdity.
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Now, I can't pay for your college.
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But you don't have to go to class to be in class.
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Online courses are a viable option to a traditional college experience.
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And the best way to access those courses is with your own personal laptop,
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which is rendered useless without batteries.
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And I have one for each of you.
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Wait! Hold on!
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Hold on! Hold on! Hold on!
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Hold on. They're lithium.
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Netflix can dominate and spend so much on programming
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because it's constantly adding subscribers from around the world
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and tailoring projects to their unique tastes.
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Netflix offers all that and the option of watching whatever you want, whenever you want.
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But it still refuses to dip into certain areas
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that keep it from becoming a one-stop shop for all your entertainment needs.
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So no sports, no news.
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Wiping the servers is not an option.
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The only solution is to track down the hacker.
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How? It could be anywhere in the world.
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Osaka, Berlin, Macau, Stockholm.
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Are you guys just gonna keep letting me list cities I've lived in?
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- Gaming and e-sports in itself is becoming an entertainment option. - Right.
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A lot of brands and portals are understanding that.
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And just in the past few years, the level of investment that we see flowing in has increased drastically.
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Not everyone is meant to make a difference.
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But for me, the choice to live an ordinary life is no longer an option.
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No, like at a party, are people more attracted to you, or you think people are scared of you?
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I don't know.
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I guess that — I mean, if those are the 2 options, I guess they're scared of me.
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Those are the only two.
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- They're the only 2 options. - They either love me, or they're running for the hills.
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Uh-huh. So —
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I guess they're running for the hills.
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The airport has candy at the information counter.
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The options? Green apple, mint, or grape.
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I'm going for green apple.
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There's many options for places to charge your devices.
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You have 2 USB ports and 1 universal socket.
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And instead of the advertisements you usually see at baggage claim sections,
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this airport has a lot of plants and greenery.
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Can you just uncuff me and let me go home?
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No can do.
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Here, you got 2 options.
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I can either bring you, a criminal, to the station and book you,
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or I can bring my new partner to my favorite diner.
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What do you say, partner?
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Yeah, let's do that.
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Yes! Yes!
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Awesome!
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Chang was the first to introduce the Impossible Burger at his restaurant Momofuku Nishi
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to lines around the block.
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So this guy is a meat guy to the bone,
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the perfect person for us to launch with.
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After all, Chang once famously removed nearly all the vegetarian options at one of his restaurants.