assumeverb

  • ja~と仮定[想定・臆測・推測]する、~と思い込む、~と見なす
  • ento think or suppose that something is true

Examples

PLAY
0:00 / --:--
Mute
1.
Any luck finding the missing backpack?
2.
No, but I did find CJ's wallet, badge, and gun on top of the toilet paper dispenser.
3.
I'm assuming he doesn't know they're missing.
4.
- Hmm. - Why are you helping this guy, sir?
5.
He's the opposite of everything you stand for.
6.
His favorite expression is "That's gonna leave a mark,"
7.
and he doesn't even use it right.
8.
Woo, that soup is good!
9.
That's gonna leave a mark!
10.
What?
PLAY
1:27 / --:--
Mute
1.
You're not gonna pay him.
2.
He didn't do anything.
3.
Didn't do anything?
4.
I took a bus all the way from Hoboken.
5.
I climbed, I don't know, like a billion stairs.
6.
And it's not like I could take them 2 at a time.
7.
I don't care. We're not paying you $300 for this.
8.
Well, look, it's not my fault if you're too uptight to appreciate the male form in all its glory.
9.
Oh, yeah, okay. I'm uptight.
10.
Yeah, that's why I don't wanna watch a middle-aged guy dance around in what I can only assume is a child's Halloween costume.
PLAY
0:27 / --:--
Mute
1.
I can't... I can't breathe.
2.
I have to assume that if they were with their friends, they wouldn't have been kidnapped.
3.
Okay, can you skip the emotional punishment?