resultnoun

  • ja結果、結末
  • ensomething that happens or exists because of something that happened or was done previously; a consequence or outcome

Examples

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You physically attacked her.
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I want you to understand, only you can choose how you react to different situations in life.
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In other words, don't blame Nate for your reaction.
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Your reaction is on you.
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As a result, there'll be a disciplinary hearing in your honor on Wednesday.
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You certainly got your kills, you little bitch.
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Cost my shareholders billions.
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But now, as a result, my shareholders are majority owners of Schwartz & Meyer.
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And you, you're fired.
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So thank you for all that land around your father's ranch.
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We have big plans for this valley.
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And after the sting of this phase, you should give me a call.
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You could do very well working for me.
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Boyle looked up "how to make desk yogurt."
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Yes, I did, and I am thrilled with the results.
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Although the jar is really hot.
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Well, this right here is the moment.
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And I am telling you,
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for the benefit of the sad or desperate or dead man you're going to be as a result of this,
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that this is your moment,
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your last chance to save yourself.
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But the definition of crazy is trying to do the same thing and expecting a different result.
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So I tried something different over the past couple years.
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- And I actually got some really good results from it too, so... - Yeah.
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Well...
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And your wife is beautiful as well.
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She is, thank you.
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And you have beautiful children, as a result of 2 beautiful people having ch—
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- You had 2 new children. - Science experiment.
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We did have 2 new kids, yeah.
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We had 2 twin boys.
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Talk about 'Dumbo.'
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- Let's talk about the movie. - Oh, yeah.
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So the original was —
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What was the original about, and what is this about?
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The original was — this is very much about the same thing the original is about.
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The original is about a baby elephant born into a circus.
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And the baby elephant is born with, as you can see, exceptionally large ears,
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which, of course, everyone ridicules,
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and isolates as a result of his physical anomaly.
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In real life, the greatest geniuses of all time have been known for their quirks.
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Take Albert Einstein, Beethoven, or Walt Disney.
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These were mavericks who changed history with their different way of thinking.
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Creative musicians like David Bowie, Lady Gaga, or Janelle Monáe might be in Ravenclaw, too.
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These artists go their own way, following a vision only they can see,
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and their personas can be pretty outlandish as a result.