chairnoun

  • ja椅子
  • ena piece of furniture for a person to sit on with a backrest, a seat, and four legs

Examples

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You'll get your chairs back when you apologize to each other.
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Fine.
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I'm sorry... that I ever met you, you bald freak!
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Don't you push my desk, you basic bitch!
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Guys, enough. Guys!
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Biatch!
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I'm not a professional stunt girl.
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I don't know how to fall off a chair and make it look real.
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And what if —
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Looked good to me.
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So you just left?
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Her place was really that bad?
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You know how you throw your jacket on a chair at the end of the day?
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Yeah.
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Like that.
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Only instead of a chair, it's a pile of garbage.
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And instead of a jacket, it's a pile of garbage.
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And instead of the end of the day, it's the end of time and garbage is all that has survived.
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What are you smiling about?
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How uncomfortable this guy is.
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Jacked up the thermostat, got the table all sticky, made one of the chair legs too short.
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And worst of all, I had Gina greet him.
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What did you have her do?
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Be herself.
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Yeah.
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You weren’t made to sit on a chair in a palace.
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What was I made for?
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You’re a conqueror, Daenerys Stormborn.
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Geoffrey!
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What?
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You have no idea how frightening it is to watch you talk into an empty chair.

Other meanings for chair...

chairnoun

  • ja議長(職)、司会者
  • en(also 'chairman' or 'chairwoman') the position of being in charge of an assembly, meeting, committee, or board; the person who holds this position
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Eric Schmidt, Google's executive chairman, made an interesting statement that is raising a few eyebrows.
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Take a listen.
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I will answer very simply that the internet will disappear.
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The internet will be—
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There'll be so many IP addresses because of IPv6,
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so many devices, sensors, things that you're wearing, things that you're interacting with,
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that you won't even sense it'll be part of your presence all the time.
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Kmart's parent company, Sears Holdings, filed for bankruptcy in October 2018.
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So Kmart now finds itself in the same place it was 16 years ago:
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bankrupt, struggling with debt, and watching its sales shrink.
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Its chairman, Eddie Lampert, has submitted a bid to buy Sears' debt.
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But Kmart's future is less clear.
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First of all, thanks to everyone for helping put this awesome party together.
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And a very special shoutout to the chair of the party planning committee,
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Ms. Angela Martin, you have outdone yourself.
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Yeah, you know what?
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I think we can all agree that Angela's not so great, so...
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I'm saying the exact opposite.
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- Angela is fantastic. - Nope, nope, nope!
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- Specific shoutout. - Stop talking.
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Montana's livestock commissioner breaks the law.
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It doesn't change the way an entire nation thinks about livestock commissioners.
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If I break the law, every chairman of every national tribe suffers.
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Uber now has a number of high-ranking positions it needs to fill.
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In addition to a new CEO, it also needs a Chief Operating Officer, General Counsel,
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Senior Vice President of Engineering, Chief Marketing Officer, and Board Chair.
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And Uber needs to act quickly too.
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In the first financial quarter this year, the company lost $700 million.
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The fallout from this morning's revelation continues to mount.
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Since Mr. Dwight Schrute began speaking, Dunder Mifflin share prices fell 73%.
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Mr. Schrute, shareholders demand accountability from corporate leadership.
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Can we announce your resignation at this time?
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My resignation? What are you talking about?
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No, I'm just following orders!
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Listen, the person responsible for this catastrophe is the CEO and chairman, David Wallace.
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency lists several Clorox-made goods
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among disinfectants effective for use against the novel coronavirus.
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Especially significant is Clorox's business in disinfecting wipes,
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which have about 50% of the share of that category, according to Atlantic Equities analyst Edward Lewis.
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Clorox chairman and CEO Benno Dorer said in late March
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that the company had seen an uptick in sales of its disinfecting wipes.
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They're the cream of China's business world, many of them household names in their own country.
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But to a US audience,
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most of the 15 business leaders who are reportedly traveling with China's President Xi Jinping are virtual unknowns,
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even though they run companies that are among the biggest in the world.
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People like Jiang Jianqing, the chairman of ICBC bank,
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that has a market capitalization of nearly $300 billion.