createverb

  • ja創造する
  • ento make something happen or exist

Examples

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Mute
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What if I create a position for you?
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I'll make you assistant buyer in this department.
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Mute
1.
Now, prepare to be de-skunkified.
2.
- Hold up! Please hold up! - Whoa! Whoa!
3.
What are you gonna spray us with?
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A chemical compound I created to neutralize the effect of skunk smell.
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Well, what if it's dangerous?
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Yeah, I cannot risk anything happening to this face.
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Mute
1.
What kind of food is he looking for?
2.
Well, he wants to do something eclectic.
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So he's looking for someone who can create the entire menu.
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- Oh, my God! - Yeah, I know.
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So, what do you think?
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Thanks, Pheeb, I just don't really see myself in a big, white hat.
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Okay.
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Oh, Monica, guess what!?
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Mute
1.
The social networking feature on the Dunder Mifflin Infinity website was infiltrated by sexual predators.
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If I had created a website with this many problems, I'd kill myself.
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Do you have a question, Kelly?
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Yeah. I have a lot of questions.
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Number one, how dare you?
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Mute
1.
Our nation's Internet runs through our vulnerable space satellites.
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POTUS wants complete space dominance.
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To that end, the president is creating a new branch:
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Space Force.
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Which Mark will run.
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What?
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Mute
1.
In Japan it's believed that customer service should always be exceptional,
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with staff giving 120% every time.
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One hundred twenty percent? 110%... 120% would be ridiculous.
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But it's not necessarily rude to tip someone.
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It just creates this awkward situation where the worker, the staff,
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would feel like you're assessing their performance, and they could potentially lose face.
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So you might think you're being nice by giving someone a tip, but you're not.
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You're just creating an uncomfortable situation for the worker.
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And they'll probably just reject your tip outright.
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Mute
1.
There was this child across the table from us whose parents had ordered him this really nice steak dinner
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that was cooked right in front of him and it was really exciting for him,
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but all he would eat was his fried rice.
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That's like $30 worth of dinner and all he ate was fried rice.
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And I was like, "Dude, you have such a great dinner in front of you, why are you only eating fried rice?"
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And then it dawned on me.
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Kids love fried rice, duh.
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So that experience inspired me to create fried rice and to play with the flavors of fried rice
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because yes, it's not traditional, again,
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but it is an opportunity for me to show my creativity through the food that I make for the kids.
PLAY
1:03 / --:--
Mute
1.
All right, first, what we need to do is mix up all the ingredients together to create the dough.
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So we're gonna take the spatula and the spoon,
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and we're gonna pour it into the flour there.
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It smells delicious.
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We're gonna stir that up nice.
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And I like to mix it with my hands not the spoon.
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That's how we do it in my house.
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So I like to get up close and personal with it.