technologynoun

  • ja応用科学
  • enthe branch of knowledge that deals with the creation and use of technical means and their interrelation with life

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For the first time in our history, humans pose a threat to our kind.
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Their modern technology has given birth to weapons that could destroy us.
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Maintaining our secret has never been more imperative.
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Business is like a jungle.
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And I am like a tiger.
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And Dwight is like a monkey that stabs the tiger in the back with a stick.
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Does the tiger fire the monkey?
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Does the tiger transfer the monkey to another branch?
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Pun.
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There is no way of knowing what goes on inside the tiger's head.
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We don't have the technology.
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You're good with social media,
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and like phones and technology and stuff.
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There's something wrong with my phone.
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- Your number's not in it. - Oh.
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Well, look who it is.
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Sun's already almost up, Sleeping Beauty.
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I was stuck in the wall, fighting off hundreds of tiny spiders!
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Oh, yeah, we're raising spiders now, too.
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I'm gonna sell them to a Spider-Man movie.
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Which we'll never see, of course, because we're foregoing all modern technology.
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Do you think technology is destroying our ability to communicate?
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I don't think it's destroying the ability to communicate.
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I think it makes communication easier.
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I think it makes connection more difficult.
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I was really inspired by what President Johnson said in 1964 when he signed the Wilderness Act,
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which is pretty connected to a place like Yellowstone.
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He said that if future generations are going to remember us with gratitude rather than contempt,
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we must leave them more than the miracles of modern technology.
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We must leave them a glimpse of the world as it was when it was new,
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not just after we got through with it.
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Hey, look, they're gonna start making artificial beavers.
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He's after our beaver technology!
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Is this his next evil plan?
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Well, time to work on my next evil plan.
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Talk about perfect timing!
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You know, a lot of celebrities have wax figures, and you have a new one.
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But I'm glad there's a new one because there was an older one.
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Did you see the one of you that —
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- Let's show the older one of you. - I didn't like it.
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- Holy, yeah. - Yeah.
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That's what they had.
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Man, don't they have the technology?
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- Isn't that what I'm going to look like in theory? - Yeah. Right.
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No, no, no.
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That's not it.
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- But I want you to feel better. - Yeah, I look terrible.
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I want you to feel better 'cause this is actually mine, and I'm not kidding.

Other meanings for technology...

technologynoun

  • ja科学〔工業〕技術
  • ennew machines, equipment, gadgets, and ways of doing things based on modern knowledge about science and computers
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So you’re not waiting for anyone to come take your order.
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There's no pen and paper, any of that.
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In fact, you really have no interaction with a staff member.
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And then from there, the robots deliver your food.
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And you've already paid, all within the same app.
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Alibaba leveraged its existing technology from the e-commerce automated warehouses to power these new robot restaurants.
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So, what do you do for fun around here?
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We do chores and we watch other people do chores.
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Sounds kind of boring.
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Alas, there are times when I feel as if there is much of life I am missing.
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Yeah, it'd be tough having no technology.
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I don't think I could live without my iPhone.
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Not only are we using waste plastics,
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but we're using waste plastics that have no value today.
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So, those are the plastics that end up in the ocean, and your rivers, and landfills,
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because no one can do anything with the material.
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So, Loop's technology is built to take very low-value material,
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and create a very high-value product out of it.
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Well, there are no ants on my desk because I sanitize it daily.
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What do you call that?
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Ah! Those are your ants!
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They're using a monitor cable as a land bridge.
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Now, they're destroying our technology.
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This is an invasion.
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- You seem like a good man. - Thanks. I—
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- Even if you're a little straight ahead. - Wait, is that bad?
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But I'm not about to let her get hurt again.
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- You hear what I'm saying? - I think so.
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- I think you're... threatening me, sir. - No.
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Not just me.
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Every member of this team.
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- And we have technology at S.H.I.E.L.D. that you've never even— - I hear you.
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Loud and clear.
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First impressions, it's a beautiful phone.
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The screen is gorgeous.
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And the Animojis feature, which lets you turn your face into an emoji
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using facial recognition technology, is extremely cool and intuitive.
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Overall, it's a nice phone.
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But it's 1,000 pounds.
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And that's got to be a deal-breaker for a lot of people.
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Probably myself included.
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What is that?
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This is my Green Week project,
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the latest in high-tech composting technology.
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Composting?
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Uh-huh.
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I imported my worms from Portugal.
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That's a hacker.
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He's using technology installed on a drone to grab cellphone information from people below.
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This technology has been used on cell phones and laptops.
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One day, it could be installed in a larger aircraft.
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Think helicopters or small planes.