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bornverb

  • ja生まれた
  • ento start to exist

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The sun was born 4.57 billion years ago.
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In 1949, Dairy Queen brought malts and shakes into the fold.
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In 1951, they put banana splits on the menu.
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And in 1955, the legendary Dilly Bar was born.
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Orpheus and Eurydice had loved each other so deeply
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that when they were separated, Orpheus had understood the pain and joys of lovers everywhere.
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And a new art form, the love poem, was born.
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ASEAN was born out of the superpower rivalry between the U.S. and the then Soviet Union.
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It was founded during the height of the Vietnam War by 5 countries —
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Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Malaysia.
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Next thing he knew, he was using liquid nitrogen to freeze ice cream at extremely low temperatures
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and ended up with small beads of it.
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When eaten, the natural heat of the mouth melted the beads and thus, Dippin’ Dots was born.
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The blue comes from a cleaning agent called loulaki,
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which was found in most Greek homes.
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A few drops were mixed with lime, and the blue roof was born.

Other meanings for born...

bornadjective

  • ja〔能力が〕天性の
  • enpossessing a natural ability or skill for a particular activity or job
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Wait a minute. Who made you leader, huh?
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I don't see your butt-boy Nick anywhere.
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Okay, don't be jealous 'cause I'm a born leader.
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People trust me, they're scared of you.
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Grandad, twins are born birthday experts.
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We've shared every birthday together, so we know how to make them perfect.
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We can help with the plan.
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We're born accomplices.
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Or we can make sure the plan goes horribly wrong.
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We're also born saboteurs.
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I've always been one of those people.
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- Born salesman, closer, people person. - Ew.