systemnoun

  • ja体系、制度、システム
  • enan organized set of ideas, methods, or ways of working

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The Norwegian system: Munkensmat.
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It was designed by a radical group of Scandinavian organizers
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who are doing things with cubbies that would blow your minds.
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I had a system, Paul.
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All the bills I can pay, I put on this desk.
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All the bills I can't pay, I put in the trash!
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We're creating a new society.
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Who's to say what sort of legal system we should be using?
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Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
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They ask for money, and you just give it to them?
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It's our system.
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It works for us.
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Define "foment."
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You define "foment."
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Please take note of the new color-coding system.
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I create a system.
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I've got a Google Calendar on my laptop and on my cell phone.
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My calendar is basically substituting for my brain because my brain isn't working.
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But now do you remember which ones you didn't do?
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No, that was the last one.
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- I got all the others. - Oh.
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I had a system where the ones that I scanned I put on either the computer or myself or Hayliana.
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Okay.
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When you walk in, you're gonna get a ticket.
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That's our system.
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We've been doing it the same way for 131 years.

Other meanings for system...

systemnoun

  • ja系統、体系、システム
  • ena group of things (such as body parts, computer parts, etc.) related to each other that works as an often complex whole and performs a particular purpose
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One of the big things that we're working on for the future is artificial intelligence.
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And our goal is to build computer systems which are better than people
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at all the perceptual things that people do, right?
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So vision, hearing, language understanding.
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The key to every computer system on the planet.
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I just need your skills to steal it.
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And if you don't, I'll have you killed.
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- We'll do it. - Thank you.
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I'm sorry, sir.
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If you could just give me a name, that would be great.
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I'll give you a name: Pamplemouse La Croix.
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- I'm so sorry, Ms. La Croix, you're not in the system. - This is ridiculous.
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You know what?
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Call Daddy.
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Daddy'll get us in.
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So any idea who did it?
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No, but whoever it was had an intimate knowledge of our security systems.
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It was obviously an inside job.
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You got anything else for me, Jen?
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The apartment was locked from the inside.
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Mysterious. Dope.
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And the alarm system was still armed.
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Dope, dope, dope, dope.
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It's the most expensive weapons system ever built:
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The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
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Designed to be a prized deadly weapon and agile fighter,
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critics have slammed its over running costs and production deadlines as disgraceful and a scandal.
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Hi.
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Good morning, can I help you?
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Yes. I'm from Techstar.
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I brought a new phone system for you.
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I was wondering if I could talk to Michael Scott.
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I'm sorry, he's not in right now.
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Really?
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- He's never around when I come by. - Shoot.
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Who's that?
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Well, that's the question, isn't it?
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I cross-referenced every facial recognition database there is: NSA, MSS, Mossad.
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Either this guy is completely invisible to all surveillance cameras and spy satellites,
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or he's managed to exploit the most secure computer systems ever designed.
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He's a hacker.
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If I'm right, he's the hacker.
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CIA's been chasing their tails for years trying to find this guy.
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The online fanboys, they call him Job.
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But nobody knows for sure who he really is.
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One thing that the triple-lens system does which is pretty cool
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is you can take a photo with all 3 lenses at the same time.
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The photo quality on that sort of triple shot feature isn't great yet.
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I'm wondering if maybe it has to get a couple of updates from LG to get it improved,
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but for now, it's kinda just blowing out lights.
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Honestly, I wouldn't put anything that you guys are eating into my body.
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I like to make my lunches include only plant-based foods that are rich in amino acids that boost my immune system.
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Well, your immune system is sort of a comp—
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Are you making a cocktail right now?
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Yeah, if I crave something that tastes sweet, I have fruit.
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Hold on, you're bragging about being healthy while you're making 2 alcoholic drinks?
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Yeah, it has blueberries in it that I handpicked at my local community garden that I volunteer at on the weekends.
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The Trunk Monkey theft retrieval system.
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Because sometimes, getting your car back is simply not enough.
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Another revolutionary idea you'll only find at Suburban Auto Group.
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Pending approval by Department of Agriculture.

systemnoun

  • ja刑務所
  • enthe criminal justice system; jail
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All right, we need to catch Kelly in the act of illegally spying, so here's the plan.
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We commit a fake crime so serious that he's forced to deploy the stingray.
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What kind of crime?
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We're gonna kidnap a cop.
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But not just any cop.
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It needs to be someone so high-ranking that it sends shockwaves through the system,
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but not important enough that their absence negatively impacts the NYPD in any way.
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Who you guys thinking?
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We're clearly all looking at you.
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Oh, God, am I in charge of the meeting?
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Dismissed, dismissed.
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Through this work, I've learned that each of us is more than the worse thing that we've ever done.
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If we're just gonna accept the system
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that treats you better if you're rich and guilty than if you're poor and innocent,
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then we can't claim to be just.
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So if you got arrested, let's say you got arrested for shoplifting.
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- For shoplifting? - Who would you want to represent you in court, Rebel or your dad?
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- For shoplifting? - Yeah.
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Sorry, I would choose Rebel.
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Really?
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I would.
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- I would because my father practices a very specific type of law. - Specific law.
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- And I just feel like you would come up with the most ingenious argument - Yeah.
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- for how it was really the system that was ripping me off. - Yes.
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Yes.
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- So I think I would really trust you. - Yeah.
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Piper gets to start over.
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But Taystee, a black woman who’s spent her whole life in the system...
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“But I’m a child of the system.”
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...finds ultimately that the world doesn’t care about her innocence,
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about the injustice, about her.