factornoun

  • ja要因、因子
  • enone of the things that affects a situation, event, decision, etc.

Examples

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Is race an important factor when choosing a partner?
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Hmm...
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No.
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I also look at the date and the price.
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Those factors will tell me whether or not I’m gonna get a good burger.
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I think my butt looks good in this.
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That's always a factor.
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When you’re looking for a glass,
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there are a lot of different factors that I like to take into consideration.
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One is the shape of the glass itself.
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Pick someone.
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Don’t pressure me, Uzo.
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I have to consider all the factors:
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athletic strategies, the fragile egos of my classmates, and gender politics.
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But when it comes to picking a phone,
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factors like battery life, size, and camera resolution are all major considerations.
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Depending on factors like location, fat index, age, and sex
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the average human is between 55% and 60% water.