discussverb

  • ja…を話し合う、…を論議する
  • ento talk or write about a subject in detail and consider or examine the different ideas or opinions about it

Examples

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And we just spend a lot of time talking about, what we thought, were the big issues with the world,
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and how the world was gonna change over the next 5, 10, 20 years.
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And a lot of cool stuff has come out of college conversations like that in the past.
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And for us, what we discussed was that the biggest trend that was going on right now,
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was that more and more information was becoming available.
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As we look ahead at the upcoming year,
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I would like to discuss the deal points regarding sexual exploration,
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starting with the roller coaster idea.
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That's a no for me, dawg.
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Wayne Hays?
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Yes.
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This is Edward Hoyt.
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I'd like to discuss the events of last night.
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I'll be out in 5.
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Okay, welcome, friends.
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Today, we are going to discuss what it means to have it all as a Sabre employee.
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We've actually started shooting already.
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Yes, I'm your sidekick.
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Well, I actually wasn't planning on having a sidekick.
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Classic, dawg.
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Talking about the word partnership,
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it's something that's discussed a lot at Berkshire Hathaway.
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Does Wall Street value partnership right now, Warren?
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I think sometimes they do, yeah.
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So in my one-on-one time with Erica, I started with something simple.
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What are your feelings about death?
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So, you want to discuss the idea of mortality, now?
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Yeah, yeah. Now seems like a good time.
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Wow, this is really getting quite deep, isn't it?
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The common perception around 'The Office' is that Michael’s playful antics are a massive waste of time.
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Holly later discusses the corporate term for this kind of behavior.
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It’s called time theft, and it’s the same as taking money from the company.
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Hello and welcome back to Analysis Review.
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With me here to discuss the future of NATO
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are professor Michael Clarke of the Royal United Services Institute here in London
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and Sam Jones, the FT's defense editor.
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I talk and discuss, and we brainstorm.
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At the same time, I look for new contexts, partnerships,
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new opportunities to grow the business, to grow the network.
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It's a constant learning every day.
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And that's fun. That's so much fun.

Other meanings for discuss...

discussverb

  • ja話し合う、意見を交わす、議論する
  • ento talk about something with another person or a group of people in order to exchange ideas or make a decision
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We'll discuss it in the morning.
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What the hell is going on?
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We took our apartment back.
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There's nothing to discuss.
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We're not paying for your wine cellar.
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You have to meet me in the middle here.
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Hey, you keep pushing me on this, my foot's gonna meet the middle of your ass.
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And sometimes when it's freezing, I feel a little sneezy and now I —
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Excuse me? Excuse me?
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Yeah, noisy boys.
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Is it something that you would like to share with the entire group?
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No.
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No, that's okay.
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Well, come on, if it's important enough to discuss while I'm playing,
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then I assume it's important enough for everyone else to hear.
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That guy's going home with a note.
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If you are discussing purchasing land from the Yellowstone,
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you'll need to discuss it with me.
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Actually, you'll have to discuss it with me.
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I have power of attorney over the estate.
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If the estate were in Utah.
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That's where you filed the documents.
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The state of Montana does not recognize power of attorney issued by other states.
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The land is in Montana.
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Mm-hmm, but her authority is in Utah.
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I mean, if she was an attorney, she would know that.
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Do a lap without me.
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I need to talk to Larry about an issue with our shared fence.
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Larry, I need to talk to you about an issue with our shared fence.
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Yes, I also need to discuss this shared fence issue with you.
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I mean, I don't remember ever having a conversation
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like the one I've been having with her over the last 12 hours.
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Twelve hours?
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We have so much in common.
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We discussed our phobias.
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And she told me that she's afraid of magnets.
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I thought you came here to apologize.
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Apologize? You’re the one who should apologize!
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Me?
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What an idea!
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I guess we have nothing to discuss.
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I want you out!
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Oh!
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Who was the first to get kissed?
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- You must have discussed this. - Me?
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You've never discussed that?
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I don't remember.
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No.
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Now, what were we discussing?
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Oh, yes, which credit cards have the best benefits.
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I have a debit card and the card they give you when you're a credit risk.
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I don't understand.
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We also had another dog named Fussy that you didn't like or something.
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Francine, those were obviously dreams.
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I refuse to discuss your dreams in the daytime.
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In 2014, I did this pageant called "Miss Wheelchair Washington"
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and I was crowned Miss Wheelchair Washington.
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You were crowned Miss Wheelchair Washington?
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Wow, so I'm in the presence of royalty?
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Do they have a Mister Wheelchair Washington?
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No, but we had actually discussed having men and women.
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I thought that was pretty awesome.
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What do you think my chances are?
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Pretty good.
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Yeah, pretty good?
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Alright, cool.
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Nice to meet you.
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Nice to meet you.