purposenoun

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

Examples

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- Amy's not in the break room. - Or the evidence room.
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Or the ladies' bathroom.
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You know what? I'll check again.
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I've never seen him walk with such purpose.
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Open the pod bay doors, HAL.
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I’m sorry, Dave.
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I’m afraid I can’t do that.
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What are you talking about, HAL?
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This conversation can serve no purpose anymore.
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I mean, what is the purpose for marijuana?
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My uncle who's paralyzed from the neck down, he uses it for muscle spasms.
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It's the first time I ever felt a sense of purpose.
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A sense of community.
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Bureaucracy's not stupid. It's elegant.
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It's a beautiful puzzle waiting to be cracked.
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Every rule, every form has its purpose.
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I can't let you touch it.
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That would defeat the purpose.
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See, only I know the balance and the weight of this particular loaded die.
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Purpose of your visit?
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I'm going to see Bruce Springsteen's hometown.
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Well, the Committee to Plan Parties has served its purpose.
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We're gonna disband... in the name of Christmas.
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I started Operation Surf to take a group of veterans surfing.
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It became clear to me what my purpose was.
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We're the middle children of history, man.
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No purpose or place.