responsibleadjective

  • ja責任がある
  • enreliable or dependable, as in meeting debts, conducting business dealings, etc.

Examples

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When you're out of debt, when you have an 8-month emergency fund,
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when you're being responsible with your money,
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you feel powerful, and other people can feel that you're powerful.
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You attract people to you.
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Guess what? Then you attract money.
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If your job's not stable,
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and you don't have a whole lot of emergency money set aside to make mortgage payments,
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you should not be buying a piece of real estate.
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If you're not responsible and you can't make payments on a regular basis,
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you should not be buying real estate.
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Can you believe this, Scully?
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Looks like we're the only responsible people who show up on time anymore.
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And they're always calling us lazy, but where are they now?
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I don't see them.
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They're not here.
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We are not growing at all costs.
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We are growing in a responsible manner.
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We do not believe that growth or a monopolistic market is the end goal.
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To me, it's very clear: focus on the people, focus on our customers, and build services around them.
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Do all that, you will get profitable.
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Anyways, you're in charge for the day.
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Oh, boy. Here comes the lecture.
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"Be responsible, Jake. Don't do anything crazy or fun."
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There's no lecture. I trust you.
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Oh, but there always used to be a lecture.
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Yeah, well, you're not the same immature, rebellious kid you used to be.
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You need to pay all of his outstanding bills.
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How much do I have to pay?
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Well, these debts can sometimes be substantial.
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Would you characterize Mr. Bachman as a financially responsible man?