detailnoun

  • ja細部、詳細、ささいなこと
  • ena small, often less important, item, part, feature, fact, or piece of information about something

Examples

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Mute
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Are you and Julie not having sex?
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Well, technically, no.
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Wow.
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Is it 'cause she's so cold in bed?
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Or is it 'cause she's kinda bossy, makes it feel like school?
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No, no, she's great, and it's not like we hadn't done anything.
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I mean, we do plenty of other stuff, lots of other stuff like—
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No! No, no, no!
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Don't need to know the details.
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Mute
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Anyone looking to add you to their team wants to know that
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you understand the difference between a work weakness and a personal weakness,
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and that you can talk about both with the right level of detail and maturity.
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Mute
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Hey, can you make me a prince?
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There is a lot of gray area in "make me a prince."
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I could just make you a prince.
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- Oh, no. - Right.
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- You'd be snuggled up with that dude for the rest of your life. - Yo! Y'all seen my palace?
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Be specific with your words.
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- The deal is in the detail... - Got it.
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...which I don't really understand because if she already likes you, why change?
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I told you. She has to marry a prince.
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I just wanna go home, man.
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Okay, I can do that.
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Mute
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As I was telling the squad, our old CO, Captain McGintley, just passed away.
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Oh, no.
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We're going to Los Angeles for the funeral next week.
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I'll have the travel details later.
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Mute
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I think AI is huge.
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We use AI in so much of what we do today.
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But we're gonna be able to use it even more in the future.
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Because the processing and GPUs are getting so incredible, the capabilities so incredible,
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we're gonna be able to do a lot more.
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I don't wanna get into details, but there's a lot more there.
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Mute
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What is this?
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Yeah, so that's the Gigafactory, the progress so far on the Gigafactory.
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Eventually, you can sort of roughly see that there's sort of a diamond shape overall.
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And when it's fully done, it'll be— it'll look like a giant diamond.
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Or that's the idea behind it, and it's aligned on true north.
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It's a small detail.
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Mute
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What the hell's going on here?
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Nothing you need to know the details of.
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- There is a raccoon in the car, Dwight! - No, there's not.
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Mute
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If little Cora knew the details, even in her delirious state,
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I am certain that she would have liked to have her own will determine if she can beat this illness
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rather than die at my hands in an operating room.
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Mute
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Douglas Flint and Stuart Gulliver have been putting together this plan in recent weeks.
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They're going to announce it in June at an investor day.
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They may give some hint about it at, as you say,
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maybe a fiery investor meeting this Friday — annual shareholder meeting.
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But I think they'll reserve the main details about it until June.
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Mute
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The problem is then, now we have momentum.
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We have something special.
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We have a group of people that are willing to do it.
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You very naturally go to the next question, which is how do you do it?
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Where do we do it?
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How do we execute?
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And that was the hard part, the devil in the details, behind Ethereum.
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Mute
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Just look at him and picture him as pope.
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Who is more ordinary than him?
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A stocky build, forgetful face.
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Except for 1 detail, which emphasizes its mediocrity.
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Mute
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Ah, home sweet home.
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I'm in my pajamas, recording voice over, and you're watching me make crepe batter.
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Which, if you wanna learn how to do, just go to my website,
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where I'm going to post all the recipes from today's episode.
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I don't wanna bog you down with all the boring details of the 15 different layers that we're dealing with in this taco.