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kind ofphrase

  • jaある程度、多少、ちょっと
  • enused to describe something approximately; ​slightly; in some ways

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They really don't taste that good.
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They are kind of gross.
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Say, Angelica.
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Yeah?
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You know, you look kind of nice.
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For a girl, I mean.
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This is kind of a big deal for me.
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It's my first business trip, right?
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Okay, what time do you wanna pick me up?
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Let's see.
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That's actually kind of a problem because l ride a bike.
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Now, what can I do for you, my dear?
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Oh, okay, I don't know how to say this,
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but I think when your wife's spirit left her body,
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it kind of stuck around in me.
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Oh, my God.
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What the hell is wrong with you?
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It's called a costume.
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What are you? Some kind of Jamaican zombie woman?
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You want to know why I really don't want to have children?
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I had a crappy dad.
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I know what happens when you mess up as a parent.
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It's not great.
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And this may come as a shock to you, but...
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I kind of have some dad issues with certain people.
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- Holt. - Me. - Raymond.
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Yeah, but not just him.
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It's every male authority figure from my entire life.
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Meanwhile, Jamal has taken Cesar in for the time being.
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But Jamal can be kind of an annoying roommate.
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Just a little.
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You're kidding.
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"You're dreaming.
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It's just a really odd dream."
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I've got mad skills, nothing can stop me.
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And I kind of think this might be great?