designnoun

  • ja様式、型
  • enthe way that something has been planned and made, including its appearance, how it works, etc.

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The energy we have just collected could power my designs,
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all my designs.
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This will change the war.
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My grand design, it will change everything.
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Uh-huh, we go out the way we came?
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Yeah, it's 2 rights and then a left.
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But you're really not in the least bit curious about what I'm doing?
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My grand design?
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Not particularly.
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Okay, but I have to say, if you guys had a grand design, I'd at least listen to it.
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Of course, I've always been curious.
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Even as a child, I took apart my alarm clock to see how it worked.
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But that's me, and you guys are you.
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And I guess I gotta respect that.
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Well, then it's settled —
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Seize them!
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Easy for you to say, okay?
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Nothing rattles you.
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Plenty of stuff rattles me, I just roll with it.
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Well, this is how I roll.
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I like your outfit, by the way.
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Might be one of your best designs.
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Now if you know much at all about toasters and circuit design,
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you might guess the literally fatal flaw of this toaster.
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In reality, the CFL is on its way out, and I’m happy to hear it.
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So many great designs of LED bulbs are on the market today,
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not even mentioning smart bulbs or color-changing bulbs that are only possible with LEDs inside.
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After we were pretty much convinced we had a good design,
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and we'd have to make all the standard engineering trade-offs you always make —
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you can always get 3 out of 4 of anything you want;
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the weight, the size, the cost, the functionality.
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A building like this seems like it might have a bit more usable space,
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but the building core is still taking quite a bit of space compared to the livable floor area.
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This design's net to gross ratio is around 1.26.
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And a building with this shape may not be as exciting,
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but it's core area is minimized compared to the usable space.
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Its net to gross ratio is only 1.14,
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which is about as good as it gets and is exactly the floor plan of 432 Park Avenue.

Other meanings for design...

designverb

  • jaデザインする、図案を作る
  • ento make a drawing of or a plan for something that will be created
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Alright.
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I don't think Marie Kondo's gonna work here.
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We need something stronger.
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The Norwegian system: Munkensmat.
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It was designed by a radical group of Scandinavian organizers
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who are doing things with cubbies that would blow your minds.
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We need to Munkensmat.
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Munkensmat?
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Sexy, right?
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In Munkensmat, you get rid of all personal possessions except for one.
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My name is Nick Barrow.
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I designed the plan of how to pull of the heist.
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I'll tell you how to get in then get out.
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Everything in between is on you.
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Forget everything you thought you knew about ab workouts.
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Done.
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This ab workout is specifically designed to strengthen your core.
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Okay, you know what?
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How much is that?
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It's only 25 bucks.
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Wow.
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Okay.
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My name is Samantha Kallis,
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and I'm a Visual Development Artist.
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A Visual Development Artist will design anything from characters, props, textures, background paintings,
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pretty much anything that shows up on-screen, somebody designed.
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Today, I chose the theme of "Adventure."
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I chose "Adventure" because, to me, it's important to live your life adventurously
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but also be adventurous in your art.
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Who's that?
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Well, that's the question, isn't it?
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I cross-referenced every facial recognition database there is: NSA, MSS, Mossad.
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Either this guy is completely invisible to all surveillance cameras and spy satellites,
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or he's managed to exploit the most secure computer systems ever designed.
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He's a hacker.
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If I'm right, he's the hacker.
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CIA's been chasing their tails for years trying to find this guy.
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The online fanboys, they call him Job.
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But nobody knows for sure who he really is.
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Not only are we moving into a real office, we are going to get to design the entire office.
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That's right, we chose a location that is basically bare-bones, gutted, ready to get all made over,
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like a beautiful girl wearing glasses and a ponytail at the beginning of a 90's rom-com.
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You got engaged.
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- Congratulations. - I did. Yeah.
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Got a little Jen Meyer designed ring.
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- Is it? That's fantastic. That's gorgeous. - Yeah.
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Thank you.
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Did you pick that out or did he design it?
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- He designed it. - He designed it?
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- With Jen, yeah. - Wow.
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And it just shows Johnny, myself, and Coco.
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- That's really sweet. - Yeah.