relyverb

  • ja~を頼る[当てにする]
  • ento need, depend on, or trust someone or something

Examples

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Everyone knows our target audience is 18 to 34-year-old males.
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But how do we hit that target?
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How?
4.
How?
5.
By relying on market testing?
6.
No.
7.
No.
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A new chapter of my life has begun.
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Already, I can feel the weight of this crown I wear.
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I've been forced to rely upon the counsel of men whose loyalty I question every waking moment.
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I need men around me I can trust.
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We did start to talk about it but you know how crazy it is in the mornings.
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Yeah, I still don’t really remember why it is you need her permission to move but —
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Well, it’s not her permission.
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You know, she really relies on me to help out with the kids.
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And I’m like a buffer between her and Amelia because those two, am I right?
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I don’t wanna leave her in the lurch.
7.
Sure, yeah.