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undergoverb

  • ja〔変化などを〕経験する、被る
  • ento experience or to pass through something; to endure

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I started shaving my head 20 years ago in solidarity with my mother who was undergoing chemotherapy.
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- Oh, look, I'm so sorry— - I'm obviously lying.
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It's classic male pattern baldness.
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Over the years, I have acted in ways that you have judged to be harsh.
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Well, I do not wish for you to undergo any further suffering.
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All our cleaning robots undergo rigorous safety checks.
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Most of them aren't homicidal anymore.
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Most?
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I mean, well...
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You are about to undergo longwave radiation.
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A buzzer will sound.
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Close your eyes and stand still, or blindness may result.
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I did undergo a lot of training.
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The first day I got there, they hooked me up to some harnesses,
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and then we started with some flips.
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And they're forced by their ruler, Tina, to undergo a cyborg surgery known as "orientation."