trustverb

  • ja信頼する、信用する
  • ento believe that someone or something is real, good, reliable, correct, etc.; to place confidence in

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For his safety, Pimento has gone off the grid.
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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.
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I tell her everything.
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Fine, the people in this room and Genevieve.
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Alright, that's it.
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I quit.
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What? I didn't say anything.
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Yeah, but this isn't the face of a person who trusts a person, okay?
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This is the face of a person who doesn't trust a person.
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It was the biggest aha for me when I started Girls Who Code.
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I was like, "Oh, my God.
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We're gonna empower thousands and thousands of girls to use technology to solve big problems."
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Trust me.
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I think that the kinds of ideas and companies you're gonna see,
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as we give girls and women the power of computing and technology,
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is gonna fundamentally change.
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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 wanna do Autopilot?
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- I'm scared to. - Just do it, man.
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- Well, we're on like a curve— We're on, like, over a ravine here... - Okay, okay, okay.
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You take your time.
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Okay, here we go. Back-back. Bum-bum!
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Alright, now, I'm going. It's going.
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Wow, that's crazy.
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Like, I'm not steering this car right now.
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- Whoop, I'm gonna take over, though, because I'm in a merging lane. - 'Cause you got scared?
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And I don't trust this thing yet to change lanes.
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Deepfakes first gained widespread attention in April 2018 when comedian Jordan Peele created a video
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that pretended to show former President Barack Obama insulting President Donald Trump in a speech.
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President Trump is a total and complete dip*bleep*.
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Such videos are becoming increasingly prevalent.
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And it's especially easy for high-profile figures to be the targets of these attacks
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because there are plenty of publicly available videos of them speaking at various events.
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Moving forward, we need to be more vigilant with what we trust from the internet.
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And what are you making, Monica?
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You know, in case Rachel's dessert is so good that I eat all of it.
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Nothing.
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Nothing?
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No, sweetie.
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I trust you.
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So if I mess this up, there's nothing else for dessert?
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You're not gonna mess it up.
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Wow, Monica, I love that.
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You really have faith in me.
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Thank you.
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Technical question.
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How do you know when the butter is done?
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Well, it's done about 2 minutes before it looks like that.
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And she says here, "If you accept full responsibility — full responsibility — I can begin to trust you again.
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Does that seem like something you can do?
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Does it?"
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No?
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Look, Ross, you have what you want.
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You're back with Rachel.
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If you bring this up now, you're gonna wreck the best thing that ever happened to you.
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Yeah, I know, I know, you're right.
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Yeah, I guess I'll let it go.
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But you understand how hard it is to forget about this.
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Love is the one thing we're capable of perceiving that transcends dimensions of time and space.
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Maybe we should trust that, even if we can't understand it yet.
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Scully, if you're wondering if anyone can smell your fart, the answer, my brother, is yes.
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She's a witch.
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What did I tell you, boy?
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Trust me, I got you.
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A new chapter of my life has begun.
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Already, I can feel the weight of this crown I wear.
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I've been forced to rely upon the counsel of men whose loyalty I question every waking moment.
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I need men around me I can trust.
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I encourage you to download the app and try it out.
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I'm giving it a whirl today.
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And we'll see if they live up to this claim of, "We're building the smartest recommendation engine out there."
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If they can deliver me to the best restaurants and do that consistently —
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in new towns, it helped me discover new things —
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perhaps that is worth giving up some of my data.
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And if I trust them enough to handle that data appropriately,
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that might be a trade-off that some users are willing to make..