weatherverb

  • ja〔嵐・困難などを〕切り抜ける、乗り切る、乗り越える
  • ento endure and survive something

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Tesla says the glass is as tough as steel,
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and it can weather a lifetime of abuse from the elements.
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David Rickels trying to weather the storm.
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But it's over.
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The question isn't if we will weather this unknown,
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but how we will weather this unknown together.
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We have weathered his challenge, but there will be others.
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And I will be here to meet them with you.
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God bless you.
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And God bless America.
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The universe is an endless raging sea of randomness.
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Our job isn't to fight it,
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but to weather it together on the raft of life.

Other meanings for weather...

weatherverb

  • ja〔外気や風雨に〕変色する、色あせる、風化する
  • ento change in color, condition, state, etc. because having endured different elements over time
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As the larvae feed, they riddle the dung pat with tunnels,
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leaving remains that are quickly colonized by bacteria and fungi and weathered away.
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I wanted to find the rustiest chain we possibly could, and this is it.
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This is it right here.
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There's loads of hearts.
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They've just been smashed to pieces and weathered away.
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We've all heard the term "microplastics," ad nauseam,
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and they’re pretty much what they sound like —
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plastic debris that has been weathered down into tiny fragments, usually 5 millimeters long or less.
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These tiny spheres scatter light, giving opal its characteristic rainbow sheen.
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Geologists have a few different models for how opal might form,
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but it could come from silica weathering out of rocks in an acidic environment.
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That’s because the water cycle needed time to work on the brand new continents.
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Water weathers continents.
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It carries sediment into the sea.
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And that creates a shallow region around the shore: the continental shelf.

weathernoun

  • ja天気、天候、気象
  • enthe state of the atmosphere at a particular time and place, along with the temperature and other outside conditions like rain, wind, cloudiness, etc.
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It's bad. They bite now, sir.
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I think they're just trying to avoid the cold weather.
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We should freeze them out.
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Can you believe this weather, Frank?
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It's 85 degrees outside.
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Perfect.
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This is Stannis Baratheon, the one true King of the Seven Kingdoms.
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We're not in the Seven Kingdoms, and you're not dressed for this weather.
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Seven years ago, the world ended.
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Now, the train is all that's left.
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First, the weather changed.
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And it was in Miami, and how was the weather there?
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You know, it was hot.
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It was a different level of hot.