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runverb

  • ja運営[経営・管理]する
  • ento function, operate, control, manage, or direct

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Hi, I'm Bill Gates.
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At the foundation I run with my wife Melinda,
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we try to help the poorest people in the world live healthy and productive lives.
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Because rich or poor, we believe every life has equal value.
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Our nation's Internet runs through our vulnerable space satellites.
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POTUS wants complete space dominance.
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To that end, the president is creating a new branch:
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Space Force.
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Which Mark will run.
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What?
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Part of the success of our economy will depend on having the right managers running the right businesses.
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And any time a business is run by someone that's a 6 when you can have a 9 in there,
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not only the business suffers, the whole economy suffers.
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I mean, you need able people and, to the extent you can, the very best people running businesses.
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The good thing about being different in a town like this
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is that no one expects you to be like them.
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I'm 17.
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I live in Squahamish with my dad.
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I run a business, writing essays for people.
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I guess I just never thought I'd need anyone else.
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But you graduated summa cum laude.
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- I graduated summa cum laude - Phi Beta Kappa.
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Phi Beta Kappa.
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And then you went into the highest calling of mankind: finance.
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Yes!
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I went to New York City.
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And I ended up working at a quantitative hedge fund
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run by a brilliant man named David Shaw, D. E. Shaw & Co.
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And I started there when there were only 30 people.
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When I left, there were about 300.
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I run a fair and clean business.
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These are dangerous times and we have to adapt.
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You're at war here.
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You need to protect us.
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Why did you perform half as many procedures as your colleagues?
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Because there's other ways to help people than by cutting them open.
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Run the cardiac surgical department.
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There is no cardiac surgical department.
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Then build one.
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Why isn't there an Apple factory in China run by Apple, done by Apple?
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Well, there's a lot of questions in there.
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So let me try to take those one by one a little bit.
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Why don't we do it?
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We decided over a decade ago that there were things that we could do better than anyone else.
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And those things, we wanted to do ourselves.
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And then we looked at other things and said,
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"You know, somebody else can do those better than we can or as good as we can.
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And we shouldn't put our effort into those."
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Manufacturing was one of those.
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This town is run by Moses Randolph.
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When someone isn’t seen for what they truly are, that’s a very dangerous thing.
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Do you have the first inkling how power works?
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Power is knowing that you can do whatever you want and not one person can stop you.
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You know what, you 2 are obviously having some trouble.
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The good news is you'll have plenty of time to work it out
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because as of end-of-business today, your client is dropping their manufacturing division
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and we can get back to the business of running this firm under the direction of Robert Zane.

Other meanings for run...

runverb

  • ja走る、駆ける
  • ento move at a faster pace than walking or to move quickly
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Go! Go! Go!
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I'm running, Mama!
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Run, Forrest, run!
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Run, Forrest!
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Come on back here, you!
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Chapman!
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What did I tell you about running in the yard?
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Go! Run!
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Run!