recommendverb

  • ja…を推薦する、…を勧める
  • ento advise or make a suggestion about someone or something or a course of action

Examples

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Mute
1.
Anyways, sir, I really think that I deserve this task force.
2.
My clearance rate puts me in the top 2% of all NYPD det —
3.
I am aware of your qualifications, Peralta.
4.
But I'm only allowed to recommend 1 name for the S.T.O.A.S.R.C.E.I.U.E.O.
5.
And you don't think the acronym's just a little clunky?
6.
Oh, no, it's quite catchy.
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Mute
1.
I'm flying to New York in the morning.
2.
And my friend Keanu Reeves recommended you guys.
3.
Have you heard of Keanu Reeves?
4.
He's my friend.
5.
I punched him in the face.
6.
I'll take that one.
7.
Well, excellent choice, sir.
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Mute
1.
How do I become a manager at Sabre?
2.
Get a recommendation from Michael.
3.
That'll put you right on the shortlist for next time there's an opening.
4.
Can't you just use the recommendation you already have on file?
5.
What recommendation?
6.
From when he recommended me to replace him.
7.
Um...
8.
I'm sorry.
9.
I never know how to act in these awkward-type situations.
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Mute
1.
There's not any wild —
2.
You didn't build an aquarium with sharks in it or something like that?
3.
We have a trampoline room in our house.
4.
Oh, wow.
5.
The kids like that.
6.
Indoor trampoline.
7.
I recommend it.
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Mute
1.
I’m gonna need representation.
2.
Someone who can look out for me, help me make the right decisions, keep me out of trouble.
3.
I can recommend some excellent people.
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Mute
1.
Hey, April.
2.
I was looking to get some new music,
3.
and I was wondering if you could recommend anything.
4.
The internet.