purposenoun

  • ja目的、意図、決心
  • enwhy you do something or why something exists or is needed

Examples

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Mute
1.
You won the raffle.
2.
No way!
3.
- Yeah! - Open it, open it.
4.
- Do you like it? - Walkie-talkies.
5.
- Can I talk to you for a second? - Yes!
6.
Well, the Committee to Plan Parties has served its purpose.
7.
We're gonna disband... in the name of Christmas.
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Mute
1.
We're the middle children of history, man.
2.
No purpose or place.
3.
We have no Great War.
4.
No Great Depression.
5.
Our great war is a spiritual war.
6.
Our great depression is our lives.
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Mute
1.
Amy's not in the break room.
2.
Or the evidence room.
3.
Or the ladies' bathroom.
4.
You know what?
5.
I'll check again.
6.
I've never seen him walk with such purpose.
7.
What a wretched man!
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Mute
1.
Open the pod bay doors please, HAL.
2.
Open the pod bay doors, HAL.
3.
I’m sorry, Dave.
4.
I’m afraid I can’t do that.
5.
What are you talking about, HAL?
6.
This conversation can serve no purpose anymore.
7.
Goodbye.
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Mute
1.
Purpose of your visit?
2.
I'm going to see Bruce Springsteen's hometown.
3.
I can't think of a better reason to visit the United States than to see the home of the Boss.
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Mute
1.
It's the first time I ever felt a sense of purpose.
2.
A sense of community.
3.
First time I killed someone was the best day of my li—
4.
No, no, no.
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Mute
1.
Ugh, this is taking forever.
2.
Can't you just forge the signatures?
3.
I'm a notary, Rosa. You can't say stuff like that around me.
4.
I could lose my stamp over that.
5.
Never met anyone who cares so much about stupid bureaucracy.
6.
Bureaucracy's not stupid. It's elegant.
7.
It's a beautiful puzzle waiting to be cracked.
8.
Every rule, every form has its purpose.
9.
It all fits together, and when the puzzle is solved and you take a step back and see the big picture,
10.
it's like staring into the face of God.
11.
Hey. We moved up a spot.
12.
- Oh. - You seem like a real nerd.
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Mute
1.
I just don't understand how something can be good and bad for you at the same time.
2.
I mean, what is the purpose for marijuana?
3.
My uncle who's paralyzed from the neck down, he uses it for muscle spasms.
4.
And then my grandma who's 97, she uses it so she can go to sleep.
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Mute
1.
I can't let you touch it.
2.
That would defeat the purpose.
3.
See, only I know the balance and the weight of this particular loaded die.
4.
That way when you look at your totem, you know beyond a doubt
5.
that you're not in someone else's dream.
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Mute
1.
I started Operation Surf to take a group of veterans surfing.
2.
It became clear to me what my purpose was.
3.
It's rough, okay?
4.
- Don't give up. - No.