rulenoun

  • ja規則
  • ena guiding statement or general principle

Examples

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Hello?
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I followed all your rules.
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I'm unarmed.
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I'm not wearing a wire.
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I came alone, there's no backup.
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The only rule with these things is that you never steal from a smaller independent business.
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Whose rule is that?
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My dad's.
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He's basically Robin Hood.
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He breaks the law and stuff, but he's really moral.
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Hold on a second.
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This is my friend's machine.
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Hey, hey, hey, her stuff wasn't in it.
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Hey, hey, hey, that's not the rule and you know it.
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Alright, show's over.
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Nothing to see here.
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Okay, let's do laundry.
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- That was amazing. - Well..
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I can't even send back soup.
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Well, that's because you're such a sweet, gentle...
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Hey, what's wrong?
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Too many people.
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Against the rules.
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Seriously?
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You have superpowers.
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What's the worst that could happen?
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Aren't you gonna go?
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No, thank you.
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No, Rachel never pees in public restrooms.
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Well, they never have any paper in there, you know.
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So my rule is, no tissue, no tushy.
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We, the queens, could bring the treaty up to date.
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You wish to modernize our 600-year-old tradition?
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History isn't made by those who follow rules.
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I know you kids think I'm strict with all the rules,
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and the chores, and Bible school,
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but these are the things that prepare you for life.
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Just focus on the race.
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Remember the rules of the overtake.
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Be patient.
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Analyze what the other drivers are doing.
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Take advantage of any mistake.
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And dance like nobody's watching.
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There's no dancing. But yeah. Good.
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Mute
1.
Please, can I get you another drink?
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Another cider, maybe?
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They're all out.
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I tried already.
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Okay, how is this?
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If I can get you a cider, will you help me pack up?
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Depends.
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How quickly can you get that cider?
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Voila.
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That's cheating.
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I didn't know there were rules.
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Ted is a small-time American football coach,
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gets hired to coach a professional soccer team in the UK.
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Jesus.
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He doesn't know the rules of football when he comes here,
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but our favorite version of an American character is ignorant with curiosity.
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Why don't we just jump right in? Anybody got any questions?
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Oh, yeah. No, should've saw that coming.
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You know, different design styles are gonna have different rules.
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My rules are I'm trying to have big shapes, medium shapes and small shapes.
3.
I'm trying not to ever repeat shapes over and over.

Other meanings for rule...

ruleverb

  • ja支配する、抜群である
  • enused as an expression of supremacy for the preceding collective or plural noun(s)
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Okay, in conclusion, you suck.
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And you freaking rule, dude!
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- Yeah, we wanna party with you. - You're the best, man.
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Your body's so hard, so freaking hard.
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And then some.
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Thanks?
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Honestly, those eyes are just like the ocean and I wanna take a dip.
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Thanks, guys.
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Mute
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You taught me that Christmas isn't about presents.
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No, forget all that crap.
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Presents rule.
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Oh, great.
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My dad freaking rules, dude!
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Yeah, how old was he when he had you again?
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I know he started boning at 13, as the m'amps do.
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So 13, I think.
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- I got 2 daughters, yes. - I have 2 daughters.
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Look out.
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Do girls rule and boys drool?
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Do girls rule?
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- Of course. - Yeah.
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Women rule.
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Women rule.
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All right, my deal.
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Follow the queen, follow her all around.
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All right, who's ready for some wings?
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- Oh! - Come on, man.
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- Thanks, baby. - Wow!
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There's a queen right there.
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You're the best, Mrs. H.
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You guys are the best.
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You rule, babe.
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- All right. - Oh, my God.
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- Dude, she is so great. - I am so lucky.
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Mute
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Okay, so...
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It's the end of the war and everyone is like,
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"Clara Barton, you rule!
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And someone special wants to meet with you...
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President Abraham Lincoln!"
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And President Lincoln is like,
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"Clara Barton, you did such a good job at the Battle of Antietam,
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you need to be the head of the oc — office — offices, the occif— the office."
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Lincoln is drunk but what he means is,
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"Clara Barton, you need to be the head... of the office of... missing soldiers."
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She's like, "I will. I super will."
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Mute
1.
Hey.
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Hi, kids.
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How are ya?
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Good.
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Today, we're going to talk about rules.
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I know about rules because I rule.
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High five.
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Thanks.
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Mute
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You must be doing something really special.
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Thanks for reminding me.
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Well, yeah, yeah.
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I basically just keep up mouth shut and don't cause waves.
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'Cause I — Again, she's fantastic.
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But it's all women and women rule.
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And even the dogs, they're female and — The one male has been neutered.
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Mute
1.
All right, let's go for it because I'm dying.
2.
It's so crunchy.
3.
- Yeah. It's really good. - Mm-hmm.
4.
I love how it's burnt, it's a little nutty.
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And the labneh is just — It's really mild and nice and light, I think, compared to traditional cream cheese.
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- They must put some lemon juice in here too. - Mm-hmm.
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- This rules. It's so good. - Yeah.

rulenoun

  • ja支配
  • enthe exercise of authority or control
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Even you would admit that freeing Tibet from Chinese rule is a monumental achievement.
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Yes, it was.
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And since we've discussed a possible positive future, there are darker visions too.
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Imagine what a state like North Korea could do if they embraced genetic engineering.
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Could a state cement its rule forever by forcing gene editing on their subjects?
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What would stop a totalitarian regime from engineering an army of modified super soldiers?
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It is doable in theory.
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And yet, one of China’s most famous leaders, responsible for some of its biggest advances in religion and social class welfare,
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was actually the country’s only female ruler — Wu Zetian.
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In both her climb to the top, and subsequent leadership, Wu was known for her ruthless and brutal methods.
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She used a secret police force and executed many high-ranking members of government, even large portions of her own family.
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She also elevated Buddhism over Taoism and emphasized education during her rule.
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But since her reign in the 7th century, no female has unilaterally ruled over China.
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His full name was Gaius Julius Caesar Augustus Germanicus.
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There are many tales of his horrific actions during his rule as Roman emperor from 41 AD to 37 AD.
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It seems he was outrageously narcissistic and had delusions of grandeur.
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It’s said he believed he could talk to gods and was sadistic at times.
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Another mad royal, Maria I of Portugal, was said to go into fits of hysteria quite often.
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During her rule from 1777 to 1816 two of her kids died of smallpox, which didn’t help her condition.
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She would stay alone howling and crying.
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And it’s said that many people in this family suffered from mental diseases.
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The blame is said to be all the inbreeding that went on.