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raiseverb

  • ja持ち上げる、上げる
  • ento lift someone or something to a higher standing, position, or level, or to increase the amount or degree of something

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So Dean's going away a lot, huh?
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On business trips?
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Dad.
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Raise your hand if that sounds fishy.
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One other thing that Shake Shack is doing, in addition to launching new menu items,
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is raising prices this year, in part to pay for higher wages.
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Why do you think you can do that when everyone else in your category
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— if you wanna say your category — is actually lowering prices?
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I think if the traditional fast-food is really mostly about value
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and what you can get for a low amount of value, we’ve never been that.
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You’re gonna pay more to know that your chicken is hormone and antibiotic-free,
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and it was raised the right way.
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Raise your glasses, people.
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To the newlyweds...
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Grace and Nick.
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Surprise.
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The lifespan of a smartphone is getting longer,
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which means customers just aren’t upgrading as often as they used to.
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But as a publicly traded company, Apple is expected to grow for its shareholders,
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and one possible way to combat declining sales is simply to raise prices.
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That enables it to have higher profit margins.
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In 2018, the price of the base Apple Watch went from $329 to $399.
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And don’t forget the time it tried to sell the Apple Gold Watch for $10,000.
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Who's ready? Raise your hand.
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- It's a boy! - Yes!
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Alright, so, raise your hand if you wanna get rich.
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- Alright. - No.
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How is this not a pyramid scheme?
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You recently said, “I think raising the minimum wage is a good idea,” to what?
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Well, what I said publicly is that I am in favor of raising the minimum wage throughout the country.
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I don’t know what the right number is.
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Certainly, in our hometown in Seattle, we’ve seen the City Council approve it to $15 an hour.
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I would say one has to be concerned about small businesses being able to afford $15 an hour.
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We thought about our employees, our communities, and our shareholders
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from the perspective of long-term growth, from customers’ perspective.
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So we talked about a $1,000 bonus for a great majority of our employees,
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raising the minimum wage to $15.
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We’re also investing in digital technology.
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So we’re really trying to think about all the constituencies and serving them all over the long term.

Other meanings for raise...

raisenoun

  • ja昇給
  • enan increase in salary
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And Willow is working now.
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- What do you have her doing there? - She's working.
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She works dancers quick change.
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So the dancers — We all have a lot of quick outfit changes.
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And she works under the stage.
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And she really does work.
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She's already asked for a raise.
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Now, you say "they" a lot.
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Who is "they"?
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Who are they?
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Please, Ellen. Stay away from them.
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Stay away from them.
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I wanna know who they are to stay away from.
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- Who are they? Mm-hmm. - "They" is the person that told you, you would never have 'The Ellen Show.'
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"They" is that one person in the room, when you get a raise and that one person in the corner be like,
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"Man, I hate that person."
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The conversation of a raise is not inappropriate at this moment, but do not be timid.
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You presented like a man, now act like one.
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All right, boss.
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Do I deserve a raise?
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If so, why have you not given me one yet?
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Salary increases are contingent upon your performance review.
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You just gave me a 10.
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That was not an official review.
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Where we off to next, Eddie? What's next on the Hit Parade?
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We're going to Saddle Ranch...
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- Oh, Saddle Ranch. Oh, my word. - Yeah.
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...to telegram Madonna Mark who is celebrating getting a title bump but not a raise.
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Hey, man. You alright?
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You were pretty wasted last night.
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What happened?
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Well, everything pretty much worked out.
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Betsy got a raise at work.
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Nick has washboard abs.
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And Timmy got an A+ on his report.
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Huh, after all that?
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Yeah, everything pretty much worked out for everyone.
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Okay, Jess, I think all of this kind of falls under the umbrella of great work.
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So much so in fact that you are getting a raise and a promotion.