shareverb

  • ja共同使用する、共有する
  • ento have the same feelings, ideas, experiences, and responsibilities as someone else

Examples

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This is the kitchen.
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This is where Eleven and Hopper share their very intense dinners and breakfasts.
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And it's very cool because this is a very easy table to move,
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and Eleven likes to shake it around.
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And remember, the only people we can trust with this information are in this room.
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And Genevieve.
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We can trust Genevieve.
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We share a life. I tell her everything.
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Friends, family, we are gathered to celebrate here today the joyous union of Ross and Emily.
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May the happiness we share with them today be with them always.
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Well, life's a bitter treat without someone sweet to share it with.
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What are you feeding her?
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Bonjour, mes amis.
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Oh, someone had a good time in Paris.
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Oh, Kevin and I shared a perfect week together.
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I feel like I'm floating on a croissant.
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And I mean, we've spent 20 years working hard on this partnership, and a lot of trust, and mostly—
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I mean, in those moments when the music ended in Pyeongchang,
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I just looked at Scott and I was so grateful to have lived the last 20 years by his side,
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and to share in that moment together.

Other meanings for share...

sharenoun

  • ja分け前、割り当て
  • ena unit of ownership in a corporation or mutual fund, or an interest in a general or limited partnership
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If you remember what I said about Broadcast.com, when we sold the company,
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out of 330 employees, 300 own shares of stock and became millionaires.
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In my companies that I start, everybody has stock.
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Let's find out what I'm worth.
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Ah, I'm too nervous to open it.
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Sarge, you do it.
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Okay.
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It's stock.
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- One million shares! - Oh, my God!
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Of Blockbuster Video stock.
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- Oh. - What, is that bad?
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I still have a Blockbuster card.
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When the market goes up, the shares you're buying,
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the prices go up so you buy less shares.
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When the market goes down, the price of the shares go down,
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so your dollars buy more shares.
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Over the time, the cost of those shares are averaged so that you always come out ahead.
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Tom, we are looking for a few top-quality guys like yourself to become part-owners.
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A guy like you with your political connections, I think you'd make a great asset.
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I agree. That's why I got into public service — to help me.
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Alright, $10,000 a share. Need the money by Friday.
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Ten thousand dollars is chump change.
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- I will see you Friday with $10,000. - Alright, partner.
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So, after that, of course, a number of years after that, Twitter went public.
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- You, before that, had left the company, and you'd also sold some of your shares. - Yeah.
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You weren't listed amongst the top shareholders when it went public.
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- Any regrets that you got out early and missed out on this big financial bonanza at all? - Oh. No way.
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Absolutely not.
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The fallout from this morning's revelation continues to mount.
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Since Mr. Dwight Schrute began speaking, Dunder Mifflin share prices fell 73%.
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Mr. Schrute, shareholders demand accountability from corporate leadership.
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Can we announce your resignation at this time?
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My resignation? What are you talking about?
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No, I'm just following orders!
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Listen, the person responsible for this catastrophe is the CEO and chairman, David Wallace.

shareverb

  • ja共同使用する、共有する
  • ento tell other people about your ideas, experiences, and feelings
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Amy and I have some big news to share.
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- I'm pregnant. - We're pregnant!
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- Wow, I can't believe it. - Congratulations.
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What a surprise.
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What the hell? I thought you guys would be more excited than that.
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Charles, you didn't even faint.
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I'm so sorry. I'll try.
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- Okay, well, you know when you're in bed with a woman... - Yeah.
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And you're fooling around with her.
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And you get all these mental images in your brain.
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You know, like Elle Macpherson or that girl at the Xerox place.
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With the belly button ring?
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- Oh, mwah. - Oh, mwah.
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I know, and then all of a sudden, your mom pops in your head.
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And you're like, "Mom, get out of here."
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But, of course, after that, you can't possibly think of anything else.
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And you can't stop what you're doing.
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So it's kind of like you're...you know...you know...you don't know?
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Mom?
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You're telling me about your mom? What is the matter with you?
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- You said— - I said share, not scare!
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Who here has done something stupid in their lives,
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like skipped out on study hall or mixed up the difference between A gym and B gym, that sort of thing?
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Show of hands. Anybody?
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Yes. Bunch of you. Okay.
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Well, me too.
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I've done something stupid, which I would like to share.
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Um...
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And sometimes when it's freezing, I feel a little sneezy and now I —
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Excuse me? Excuse me?
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Yeah, noisy boys.
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Is it something that you would like to share with the entire group?
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No.
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No, that's okay.
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Well, come on, if it's important enough to discuss while I'm playing,
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then I assume it's important enough for everyone else to hear.
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That guy's going home with a note.
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Pheebs, I can't believe he hasn't kissed you yet.
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God, by my sixth date with Paolo, I mean, he had already named both my breasts.
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Ooh, did I just share too much?
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Just a smidge.
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I had so much fun sharing everything to you guys.
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And hopefully it inspires you guys to invest more in your skincare
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because I truly believe skincare is a great form of self-care.
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And we need more love, and we need more self-care for ourselves.
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So, take care of yourself and I'll see you guys later.
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Living on the prairie was a dreary existence!
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No telephone, no radio.
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Only a large majestic bird with whom I shared my feelings.

sharenoun

  • ja分け前、取り分
  • enone part of something that is divided between two or more people
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I've been with my share of women.
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In fact, I've been with a lot of people's share of women.
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But the point is I've never felt about anyone the way Ross felt about you.
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All you care about is your share of the payout.
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It’s like talking to Gollum.
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You’re transparent and pathetic.
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Yeah, Rick. Listen.
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Long as you do your share of the driving, I don't have a problem with you.
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You're okay in my book, pal.
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"How do I make my roommate do her share of the cleaning?"
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Oh, boy.
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Tell her if she doesn't do her share, she has to move out.
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Don't do your share of the cleaning
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and let the place get disgusting,
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and then she'll want to do her share of the cleaning.