receiveverb

  • ja…を受け取る、…を受け入れる
  • ento get or be given something

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I've just received the email about whether I've gotten the job as commissioner.
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Well, from the look on my face, I'm sure you can guess what it says.
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No. We have no idea at all.
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Just tell us, you monster.
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The Alabama native had a humble start in life
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as the son of a shipyard worker and pharmacy employee.
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When he was promoted as Apple's CEO in 2011, his base salary was $900,000,
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and has risen to $3 million in 2017.
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He also receives a cash incentive based on the company's performance,
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which pushed his total pay for 2017 to over $12 million.
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Excuse me, everyone. Please check your e-mails.
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I just sent you the following message.
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"Co-workers, you may have received a valentine from me.
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Please understand this does not mean that I like you in any way."
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You don't even like us as friends?
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Phyllis, you guys are like my closest friends.
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I just mean I don't like like you.
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What are we, 5?
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Speaking of impressive,
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Amy just went to the NYPD shooting range
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and received a gold certification in marksmanship.
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Oh, I just got the platinum certification.
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What? That exists?
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What did you do, curve the bullets 'Wanted'-style?
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Yeah, I don't know what 'Wanted' is.
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I don't follow pop culture.
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But I fired 10 shots and they all went into the same hole.
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Oh, so you actually did.
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Global investment in the fintech sector has added up to nearly $100 billion since 2010.
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In 2017 alone, fintech investment surged 18%.
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Startups focusing on payment and lending technologies received the majority of those funds.
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It’s not just startups that are getting into fintech.
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Some of the world’s biggest companies from Apple to Alibaba are going big on it, too.
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What movie did I receive an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress?
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- 'The Color Purple.' - Yes.
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- I knew that. - Yes, good.
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- You got it. - Alright.
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- Now, Zooey, you posted a fan letter recently, but not just any fan letter. - Yeah, yes.
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The letter you received from Snooki from 'Jersey Shore.'
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- Yeah. - And it says here—
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It says, "Zooey, you're really hot. I'm a huge fan.
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Wish we had wine together.
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Stay sexy, bitch. Snooki."
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Due to plummeting sales caused by the coronavirus pandemic,
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Singer announced in May that J.Crew would be filing for bankruptcy
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and would convert roughly $1.6 billion of its debt into equity,
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as well as receive $400 million from lenders.
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Why did I just receive a mass email from you that said that you don't like me?
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Do you realize how hard that makes me like you, Andy?
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Lisa wants to offer you a non-committal date for Around The World Night.
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In exchange for a yes, you'll receive this beautiful handmade sweater and a CD of her favorite computer macros.
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Yet at the same time, you are in no obligation to call her or can she refer to you as her boyfriend.
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And if things don't work out, I get to keep the sweater and the macros?
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Okay, I'll go.
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American farmers are having to dump milk, plow vegetables into the soil,
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and leave fruit to rot in the fields.
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That’s because of lagging demand as businesses are shut and aren’t buying products.
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Fruits and vegetables are perishable and can’t be stored, making suppliers particularly vulnerable.
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Farmers are expecting to receive financial support as part of a $19 billion government aid package.
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- Hi. - Hi.
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- Good entrance. - You called —
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Really smooth.
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I just received a letter, and this is from my secretary, and I would like you to read it out loud for me,
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because I have not read it yet and I'd like you to read it to me, please.
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- Okay. - Out loud, and please project.