bossnoun

  • ja上司、監督者
  • enthe person who employs you or who is in charge of you at work; the person who is in charge of an organization

Examples

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You didn't prepare a presentation at all, did you?
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You know what? I had a really rough night.
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And my boss can back me up on that.
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I'm your boss.
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My other boss, Mr. Figaro.
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You have another job?
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What I do between 5:30 PM and 1 AM is nobody's business but mine and my other business'.
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Apple's Maps feature on the phone has been deride by critics and consumers,
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prompting the new boss, Tim Cook, to issue an apology to Apple's customers.
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Now, Steve Jobs may not have done the same.
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But he also may not have let a subpar product go to market.
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We're not perfect.
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We know that. You know that.
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You were great!
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But they still made fun of you.
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What?
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Now, you're more like Mr. Caring boss.
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Mr. I'm-One-Of-You boss.
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Mr. I-Want-To-Be-Your-Buddy Boss-Man Bing.
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Then I don't get it.
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Well, you know what, Chandler, I think you just gotta face it.
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You're like the guy in the big office, you know?
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You're the one that hires them and fires them.
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They still say you're a great boss.
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They do?
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Uh-huh.
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But they're not your friends anymore.
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I think we should just save the goodbyes for tomorrow at lunch.
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Oh, okay.
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And then, tomorrow, I can tell you what a great boss you turned out to be.
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The best boss I ever had.
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Okay, my boss, Joanna, when you left, she started asking questions about you —
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Oh, oh, liked what she saw, huh?
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Dug my action, did she?
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Checking out the chan-chan man.
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That was... surreal.
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My ultimate goal is to get to be the first Formula 1 driver that's come from F1 esports.
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But yeah, I think it’s definitely doable.
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Formula 1's former boss Bernie Ecclestone didn't really see the benefit in engaging with younger fans,
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famously saying in 2014, "Young kids will see the Rolex brand, but are they gonna go out and buy one?”
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But now, esports is just one way that Formula 1 is accelerating interest for a new generation of fans.
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For the last 5 years, all I've done is give a hoot about you and what you think.
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I gave a hoot about you as a boss.
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I gave a hoot about you as a mentor.
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I gave a hoot about you as a friend.
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She gave so many hoots.
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Not anymore.
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Hello, Dana.
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I am Michael, and this is Jim.
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And we are brothers.
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Nope, we're not brothers.
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I'm his boss, actually, and I treat him well.
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I'm taking him out to lunch because I can afford it,
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and he can have whatever he wants.
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The Chinese government and media outlets claimed that the US was lashing out at Huawei to hurt the growing business.
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And one of Huawei’s top bosses has accused the US of having a loser's attitude because it couldn't compete.
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The company warns cutting it out of the race will slow 5G’s rollout and increase costs.
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But governments have pushed back, saying they can’t put a price on the security of their nations.
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As countries barrel toward 5G technology, expect Huawei to continue making headlines worldwide.
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Okay, but how did you end up here in Mexico at the exact same tiny resort as us?
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Gina's been talking up this place for years.
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- Referral Code GINA30! - Referral Code GINA30!
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I had no idea you'd be here.
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You know what? It's fine, sir.
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A lot of people go on their honeymoon with their boss.
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Nope, I thought if I said it out loud it would normalize it.
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But it's weird.
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Hey. If you haven't already noticed, I'm British.
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From Britland.
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And actually, I'm still there right now.
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My boss has decided that I should get to know people in our New York office.
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So they got me this thing.
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It's a telepresence robot.
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The people who make it say it's gonna be all the rage in the offices in the future.
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So we thought we'd test it now, I suppose.
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Even if it was a great boss and a great job, I just...
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I don't know if I want —
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I don't know if I want this.
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This is a little out of left field.
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Is it?
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All right, tell us about the case.
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We were working organized crime, and we took down mafia boss Gio Costa for running cocaine.
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We were the studs of the Nine-Nine.
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Well, I'm sure "studs" is a bit of a —
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Oh, my God.
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I can't believe I'ma say this, but —
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Meow.
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No, that is not what I was gonna say.
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But honestly, yeah, meow.