positionnoun

  • ja位置、立場
  • ena particular way in which someone or something is placed or arranged

Examples

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There are 2 acceptable sleep positions:
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on back, toes up, arms crossed, or on back, toes up, arms at the side.
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Do not trust any child that chews bubble gum-flavored bubble gum.
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Do not trust any adult that chews gum at all.
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Never vacation in Banff.

Other meanings for position...

positionnoun

  • ja職、地位
  • ena job or someone's rank in an organization
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When I first started the company, I wanted to have a place where it was, first of all, about kindness,
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and treating people with dignity and respect.
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But it's also treating everyone that way,
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regardless of your position.
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I heard that Craig Baron is moving to Arizona next month.
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He is.
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Well, I'd like to be considered for his position.
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Of Senior Loan Officer?
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Yes.
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Jeff is interested in the position.
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I've been here almost a year and a half longer,
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and I have more experience in the loan department than Jeff does.
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A lot of that comes from my father.
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He could have a conversation with the chairman of one of our hotel companies,
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as well as the barback and busser.
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And everybody to him was as important as the next person.
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It didn't matter who you were, what your position was, how much money you had.
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I like you.
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And I want to offer you a position as my assistant.
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Be prepared to go to London tomorrow.
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My mom, my dad, my brother, we all have positions in the company.
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So right now, with that money, it's kind of going back into fulfilling more orders
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and making more CoderBunnyz boxes.
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But I'm also saving a little bit of the money for my college education.
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And I'm also using it a little bit to give back.
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You arrived with him, didn't you?
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He found you employment here at the school, isn't that right?
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I used to work for the family, he just sort of inherited me.
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Well, I'd be careful.
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If you don't mind my saying, you sometimes seem a little familiar with him.
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Best remember your position.
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Yes, ma'am.
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Now I understand.
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When I take the throne, you have to retain your position and your head.
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I would give priority to my head.
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If people are doing it because they like the idea of the title and what comes with that,
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that's one thing, to the extent that they just dream of being in the leadership position.
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They've looked forward to the day when they can help steer a company
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and put a stake in the ground on vision, on mission, on culture, and values, and strategy,
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and help bring people along and build incredible teams.