productnoun

  • ja生産物、産物
  • ensomething that is grown naturally or is made industrially in large quantities, usually in order to be marketed or sold as a commodity

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How do we get to Dom?
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Apparently, he uses BMX riders to move his product.
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And, as it turns out, when I was a kid, I was a vert fiend.
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That's great news!
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- Please explain that. - That means I rode BMX.
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But whenever you got really new technology, it generally takes about 3 major versions
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in order to make it a compelling mass-market product.
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And so I think we're making progress in that direction.
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And I feel confident that we'll get there.
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The name is Kevin Ramage.
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Word on the street is you're horning in on my business.
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Yeah, well, word on the street is your product sucks.
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There are a lot of things that people screw up with startups, and that’s okay.
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But if you don’t get this right, if you don’t make a product that at least some users really love,
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it’s hard to be really successful no matter how well you do everything else.
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Hi, I'm Michael Scott.
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I'm in charge of Dunder Mifflin paper products here in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
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You know all those expensive Lego sets based on 'Star Wars,' 'Lord of the Rings,' or Minecraft?
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Jørgen's idea of combining Lego with popular culture was brilliant
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and the success of these new sets saved the company from bankruptcy.
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In 2008, licensed Lego products made up about 60% of their total sales.
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And although the world was in the middle of the Great Recession,
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people were buying more Lego than ever.
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You've got a product here that you can't sell or promote.
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The heritage luxury brands like Louis Vuitton, and Hermès, and Bottega Veneta
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have been really smart about their offering,
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and about concentrating on what they do best, and products that are almost beyond fashion.
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And that has positioned them extremely well over the last 2 years and probably going forward
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because it gives them a base on which they can build fashion offerings,
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which may or may not bolster the bottom line as much but will give them buzz.
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I started with baby products,
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personal-care products for the family, and cleaning.
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And now we're in beauty.
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In 30 seconds, how many gas stations products can your wife name?
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Five.
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Seven.
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When China rose as the world's factory,
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a lot of the products came to be made in China and then shipped to different parts of the world.
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But when these ships come back to China, many of the containers were actually empty.
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Chinese entrepreneurs filled that empty space with plastic scrap.
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Manufacturers needed plastic for all the "made in China" stuff that fueled the country's growth.
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They could make it from scratch,
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but it was cheaper to make pellets using waste from the US, Europe, and Japan.
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Hi, Billy Mays here with this exciting new product!
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From the makers of Easy Step, we bring you...
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The Easy Sweep!
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With 2,000 bristles, it has maximum sweeping power!