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briefverb

  • ja概要を伝える、的確な情報[指示]を与える
  • ento inform or instruct a person in preparation for a task

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Emily will brief our recruits at the training facility.
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Your mission today is to create a surveillance detection route.
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So I wasn't here last night,
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but John briefed me on this stuff and I can't wait to get in the kitchen.
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Did you brief musgrave on this?
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- Who, me? No, not yet. - Good.
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Don't.
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I'll drop you at my house then I'll pick up Clark.
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We need to brief him ASAP.
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The president is getting briefed.
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I've been spending all weekend getting briefed.
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We're both getting briefed so that we'll be ready for this interview.

Other meanings for brief...

briefadjective

  • ja手短な、簡潔な
  • enfew in words
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This is Special Agent Telesco.
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Leave a brief message.
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Claire, hi. It's Tegan Price.
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Attention, students and faculty.
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I have a brief announcement to make.
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Effective immediately, I will be taking a leave of absence.
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I'll be brief.
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Walter Gunderson and his wife had an open marriage.
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I'm here today to share with you all my vision for the economic future of Southern Indiana.
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But first, Leslie Knope, my wife,
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- has a brief statement. - Hello, everyone.
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- Hello? - Hi, Jacob.
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Congratulations on your new Jupiter Sun Gem.
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We'd love you to take a brief survey about your experience—