pressureverb

  • ja圧力をかけて~させる、~を無理強いする
  • ento persuade somebody to do something, especially by making them feel that they have to or should do it

Examples

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It was unbelievable.
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We could totally be ourselves.
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We didn't have to play any games.
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So have you called her yet?
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Let her know I like her?
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What are you, insane?
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- Oh, guys. - That's gross.
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It's the next day.
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How needy do I wanna seem?
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I'm right, right?
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- Oh, yeah. - Yeah, let her dangle, yeah.
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Oh.
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I can't believe my parents are actually pressuring me to find one of you people.
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There were a lot of times over the years where I was pressured to get into the drug game.
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But I always thought back to my guardian angel...
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...and the gift that you gave me.
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So I just wanna thank you
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for giving me the opportunity to go to college, educate myself, and become the next President Obama.
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Oh, God.
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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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In a hurry?
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Yeah. Sorry, officer.
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Normally, I would be the one driving, but...
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We stopped for lunch,
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and my boss back there pressured me into having a couple of beers.
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So maybe you could let us off with a warning since we were being so responsible.
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I guess that sounds fair.
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I don't want that.
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Please do it.
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I promised...
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Please do it.
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Do it! Do it!
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Do it! Do it! Do it!
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It's not right to pressure your friends into doing things that they don't wanna do
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for your own personal gain.
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Don't let society pressure you to change who you are
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because who you are is pretty cool.

Other meanings for pressure...

pressurenoun

  • ja圧力、プレッシャー
  • enthe application of force upon a surface by an object, fluid, etc. in contact with it
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What drew me to working with Lucite?
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You know, it offers so many challenges at every stage and manipulation.
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It will eat your bit up. It will swallow your saw blade and kinda spit you out.
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It really— it just demands impeccable balance of pressure, and heat,
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and the proper tool bits to even accomplish anything with the material.
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Dad!
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Dad.
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- Dad, dad, hi. - Yes, Louise? Yes?
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- Did you know that it only takes 2 pounds of pressure to drive someone's nose bone into their brain? - Hi.
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That's — What?
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Two pounds!
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That's it, Dad.
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Why are you telling me this, Louise?
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Revenge.
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Revengeourine, revengeourine, revengeourine!
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Cut it out, Gene.
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Yeah, they say I can go any day.
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You poor little guy.
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Are you in pain?
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Oh, my shoulders hurt from all the radiation.
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Aww! Is pressure okay?
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Mm-hmm.
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Can I get y'all numbers?
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You know, just in case I make it?
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We're stamping Wilson NFL today.
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So these guys, it's done with heat and pressure.
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Makes an impression.
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What happens is the plunger that we discussed earlier,
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that goes into the master cylinder, transfers the pressure.
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And then the fluid pressure is actually what pushes the little pistons inside the brake caliper.
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- Hey, Dad. - Yeah?
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I rigged a Super Soaker to shoot foam darts and a Nerf gun to shoot water.
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Ah, I feel like when Thomas Edison invented the light switch.
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How did you build up enough pressure?
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And does the water gun shoot foam darts one at a time,
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or did you switch it over to full auto?
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Oh.
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You know what, son?
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Yeah, I really don't have the time for this right now.
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I'm kind of enjoying some alone time.
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- Okay. - All right.

pressurenoun

  • ja圧迫、圧力、強制
  • enstrong persuasion or compulsion, or a feeling of extreme stress or anxiety caused by this persuasion
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Dude, are you okay?
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Totally!
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Ross, you don't seem okay.
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I'm sorry, it must be the pressure of entertaining.
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I thought you'd be psyched.
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I mean, a week at Captain Holt's house?
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Wasn't that where you wanted to spend your honeymoon?
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Yeah, but this is too much pressure.
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Why did you volunteer us for this?
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Because Holt hasn't seen Kevin in, like, months.
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And I was just thinking if that was me and you, it would make me really sad.
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Oh.
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That's actually super sweet.
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- What's the weirdest thing that you've seen merchandised? - Wow, that one's really good.
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You look hot in that one.
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Wow!
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I mean, I feel like a new sense of pressure as a person to not be a giant embarrassment to someone.
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Because that's gonna be a lot of work to cover up if...
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Yeah.
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I think it looks good.
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I like it.
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So will you help me?
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I don't know.
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I want to, but keeping a secret from Holt?
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That's a lot of pressure.
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Hmm, am I remembering correctly?
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Don't you... eat pressure for breakfast?
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Nic Cage in 'The Rock.'
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We are best friends.
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I am so in!
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One of the lucky things about being in this business for so long is that
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I've really kinda come to terms with the pressure that you get to look a certain way as an actress.
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And I don't beat myself up about any of that stuff anymore.
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I can't believe I'm about to say this, but...
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The cheapest option is to make Michael an offer.
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Yes, yes, I was gonna say the same thing.
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We should buy him out.
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Aww, but you didn't.
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Oh, man!
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If only Michael had children — that's how you really apply the pressure.
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What is wrong with you?
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Women have to deal with a lot of crap.
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This constant pressure to look a certain way.
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A general idea that you don't feel safe walking alone.
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The inequality factor.
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And then also the whole period thing.
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All right, well, moving on, Cory.
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Should — prevote, anybody?
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No?
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Now we'll wait.
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All right, we'll wait till we see what it is.
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A lot of pressure.
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I felt it.
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I realized I had to step up to the plate because I do not wanna follow in Coby's footsteps
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and get suspended for an entire Cool Not Cool.