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promisenoun

  • ja明るい見込み、将来性
  • ensigns that someone or something will be good or successful

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A new vending machine.
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Behold him in all of his glory.
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So full of strength and promise.
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Ramsay showed promise as a football player in his youth
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and was even pursued by the Scottish Premier League Glasgow Rangers.
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A trailer hasn't been yet.
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But the concept art and production stills show a lot of promise.
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You know, David, Dwight's been my guy, okay?
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Yeah, Jim...
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Really? I find that extraordinarily surprising.
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He shows promise.
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And Jim? I don't know.
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He has been a disappointment.
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I started dancing all together at the age of 5.
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A teacher mentioned to my mother that I had some promise in ballet,
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and that it would be difficult for me, as a woman of color, to enter the ballet world.
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Ooh, I miss high school.
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There you have it, young love.
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Full of promise, full of hope, ignorant of reality.

Other meanings for promise...

promiseverb

  • ja約束する
  • ento tell someone that you will definitely do or not do something, or that something will definitely happen; to give your word
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We're gonna take a trip as soon as we have time.
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I promise.
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I'm sorry I cut up your papers and broke your fax machine!
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I'm sorry and I promise I'll never be bad again!
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Next time I get a girlfriend or you get a boyfriend,
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can we promise each other to never let it affect our friendship?
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Promise.
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You promised me you'd show me your face by now.
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Yeah, I don't know.
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My mom, she'll find you.
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Do you understand?
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I won't tell her about you, I promise.
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Will you promise me something?
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When you're married, will you invite me over for holidays?