updatenoun

  • ja更新[最新]情報
  • ensomething that gives or contains the most recent information about something

Examples

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Mute
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Bit of an update.
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The 3 injured passengers, no longer injured.
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At last, a bit of good news.
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No, no, no. They're dead.
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Mute
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Look, I need everything to be perfect.
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Status update.
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Rosa, how are the flowers?
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I don't know.
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Yellow.
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Terr-bear?
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I had my tuxedo altered to make it tighter like you wanted.
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Delicious.
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Mute
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Hey, captain. Update on the rat situation.
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Wolf pee's in place and the traps are set in the evidence room.
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I thought we were luring them into the break room.
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No, Gina needed it for meditation.
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Mute
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You're quite beguiling, aren't you?
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Are you feeling what I'm feeling?
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No!
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Oh, my God.
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I think I'm trapped in a...
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My life's become a mother *bleep* romantic comedy!
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And it's PG-13!
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Okay, booch, what's the update?
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I have to get a man to fall in love with me.
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Boom! Boom! Boom! Boom! Boom! Yes!
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Mute
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Nice. Perfect.
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Yes, yes. Beautiful.
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Oh, beautiful.
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Lean into it.
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Wait.
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Did she seem scared?
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Hey. What's the update?
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We tried everything.
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It's impossible.
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The only thing that scares her is her.
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- Oh. - Oh.
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Deep.
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Mute
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Hey, babe, just calling to talk.
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Seeing where you at.
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Okay, quick update.
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I am throwing out the Xbox, not because you were right,
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just because I needed to make room for some stuff.
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Mute
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I think the first thing we should do is kick this whole thing off with some quick updates from you guys.
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Raise your hand if you are currently single.
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Okay, raise your hand if you are married to your fiance from the experiment.
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Wow.
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Alright, alright.

Other meanings for update...

updateverb

  • ja最新情報を与える、最新の状態にする
  • ento provide or add the most recent information about something
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Peralta.
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Update us on Santiago's undercover prison operation.
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Yeah, she has made contact with Jimmy Figgis' sister, but it's slowgoing.
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I hope she comes back soon.
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Aw. You miss her?
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No, I lost the key to her apartment and I'm taking care of her fish.
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Mute
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Lego's working to change attitudes,
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partnering with a leading Chinese university,
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and funding studies focusing on the cognitive benefits of play.
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And as part of its broad strategy to win fans in China,
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Lego has updated its product offering to include more Asian characters and settings.
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A ninja must always be training.
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Mute
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You went on to say, “There are at least 2 players like that, Amazon and Google in particular,
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but we are 1 of the 3 in that category.”
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Update me. How does the competitive field look?
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Is it still the 3?
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Would you tweak your definition of what it takes to really be —
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It’s a good point. The capital investment is one part of it.
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And clearly, I think Amazon and us, when it comes to broad cloud platform,
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are number 1 and number 2.
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And that game’s on.
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And each quarter you all track us on that progress.
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Mute
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Hi, Phoo.
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Hi, Gram.
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Whatcha doing?
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Oh, just updating the phonebook.
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Gram, can I see the pictures of my dad again?
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Oh. Oh, sure, sure.
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How come?
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Just, you know, to see him.
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Mute
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Interestingly enough, there are flatscreens within the Starbucks Support Center,
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maybe 3 or 4 of them,
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- and they are constantly, within real-time, updating tweets. - Interesting.
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And every now and then, I find myself looking at this, shocked at the global nature
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of what people are saying about Starbucks all over the world.
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Mute
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Once a year, Dwight holds a seminar updating us on the newest developments
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in the world of karate, because as we all know,
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the one thing the thousand-year martial arts do all the time is change.
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He spent 70 years studying the steel industry.
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He’s got 30 steel companies’ financial statements in his head.
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And he’s spent hundreds, if not thousands of hours, thinking about this business,
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including, almost every day, updating himself on it.
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So when the financial statements come in, he looks at them and goes clickety-click,
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and then he can make an instantaneous decision.
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Mute
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First thing I think we should do is update your wardrobe by at least a few centuries.
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Greetings.
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Greetings.
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I'll let you get dressed.
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Mute
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And it’s a big organizational challenge.
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So you need people calling on small businesses, educating them about their options,
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telling them about what products there are out there for them to give a try,
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and then signing them up and taking care of them.
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Account managing, updating their listings, getting additional information online about them
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so that they can have a great ROI.
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Mute
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Where's that morning market report?
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Did we crush old people right off the pie chart yet?
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Hang on, still updating.