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expectverb

  • ja期待する、予期する
  • ento wait for something to happen or someone to arrive

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Yes! I was expecting this one.
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Oh, I'm so ready. I'm so ready.
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Amazon is now a large corporation.
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And I expect us to be scrutinized.
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We should be scrutinized.
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General Groves, I was expecting you.
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Come in, come in!
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And so I'm investing in people like Aspect Ventures or Defy Capital or Female Founders Fund
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where their funds absolutely expect to return.
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I expect a good return.
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As a paying customer...
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I expect to get what I want.
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So where we are today with Tesla is we've got 215 locations.
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By the end of next year, we expect to more than double that to 441 locations.
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I look exactly the same as I have since summer:
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Utterly forgettable.
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No, I didn't expect to wake up transformed.
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Are you going to stop making the Roadster in 2011?
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Well, every product has a certain production life cycle.
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And for the Roadster, we can expect to continue manufacturing the Roadsters through the end of next year.
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Never expected to be playing basketball in the middle of the ocean.
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Richard Sharpe, local culinary manager.
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Very pleased to meet you.
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We weren't expecting you till next week.
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Sorry.