terminateverb

  • ja終わる、終了する、終結する
  • ento bring to an end; put an end to

Examples

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Mute
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If I choose to terminate my Facebook account,
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can I bar Facebook or any third parties from using the data that I had previously supplied
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for any purpose whatsoever?
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Yes, senator.
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If you delete your account, we should get rid of all of your information.
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- You should or do you? - We do. We do.
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No, Mitch, don't leave! Come on!
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You have no idea how to run a restaurant.
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I've been in this game before, and I can see the cracks starting to form.
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I'm sorry, kid, consider my investment terminated.
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Mute
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You know, looking back a year at the GM bankruptcy, your dealership was one of the lucky ones.
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I mean, you weren't terminated, but hundreds of other dealers were.
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And that's the big question is, was that the right move for GM to make,
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to kill what are essentially small businesses?
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Well, I think the marketplace would have taken care of many of these small dealers.
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What this does for the dealers that survived is it makes us a little more profitable.
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Mute
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We terminated 11 of our 13 US licensees.
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Too much of our product was being sold at Spencer's Gifts,
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not that that isn't a legitimate distribution channel.
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But we are about an upscale, aspirational, lifestyle brand.
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And we needed to be— reposition our distribution channels and our licensing partners.
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Mute
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As CEO of Miracore UK,
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it is my unfortunate duty to let you know that your contracts will be terminated.
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How do you sleep?
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- Hello! - Hello.
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You fired them well.
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Mute
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At the height of the protests in Iraq,
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the government imposed daily digital curfews between 5PM to 7AM.
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Then during business hours,
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the government ordered service providers to turn on the connection again.
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We spoke to private companies in several countries.
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And they say they have little power to refuse a request
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because authorities can threaten to terminate their licenses.
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Mute
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God may have blessed you with Barbies, a backyard with a pony,
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and a boyfriend named Jake,
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and an unwanted pregnancy that your father paid to terminate,
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so you could go to college and major in being a basic bitch.
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Mute
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Here's how the FTC says their rules for Facebook could protect consumers.
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Change number 1: third-party apps will find it harder to get at your data.
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The settlement will force Facebook to increase its management of third-party developers.
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Facebook must now terminate developer access to user information
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if that developer can't justify their need for that data.