respondverb

  • ja応答する
  • ento have a good or quick reaction to something, especially to a treatment

Examples

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Like if I have a panic attack, he'll respond to that.
2.
Good boy, thank you.
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- It likes that. - It's got a certain direction.
2.
- Oh, gosh, I've — Ooh. - It's responding to you.
3.
It looks happy!
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You're gonna have to postpone your first lead surgery for a while, see how you respond.
2.
I'd have to explain why to Andrews and Lim.
3.
As you should.
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Surprise.
2.
Louis, if you try to kidnap me again, I will call campus security.
3.
They are guaranteed to respond within 9 to 13 minutes.

Other meanings for respond...

respondverb

  • ja応じる、返事をする
  • ento answer, reply to, or react to someone or something
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It's been several months, and you haven't heard anything from her.
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She hasn't returned your phone calls, she's never responded to one of your letters,
3.
she didn't respond to the candygram...
4.
Alright.
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Oh! It's Arvin.
2.
Sorry, I've got to respond to it.
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Wyatt texted me and I didn’t know how to respond.
2.
Oh.
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I'm good, thanks for asking, Billy! What's up with you?
2.
What?
3.
Oh, I'm just responding to your text.
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There are more boys coming and going in this than the GameStop at the mall.
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Look, I can go, seems like a bad time.
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You just weren't responding to texts.
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How does Jennifer Lawrence even exist?
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Are we sure she’s a real human?
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I don’t know how to respond to that.