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move in togetherphrasal verb

  • ja同棲を始める
  • ento start living in the same home, especially if you are a couple

Examples

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You probably wants us to move in together?
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It doesn't scare me.
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Yeah, well, it scares me.
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I mean, I'm not even divorced yet, Chandler.
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You know, you just invited me over here for pasta.
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And all of a sudden, you're talking about moving in together.
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And I wasn't even that hungry.
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I also did all your laundry, folded it,
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alphabetized your record collection,
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took it upon myself to file your income taxes,
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and call me crazy, but would it be really weird if I suggested us moving in together?
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We've only been dating for 3 weeks.
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Okay, what habits did you change when we moved in together?
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I stopped being lonely.
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Aww, my heart.
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Like, I, I couldn't sacrifice my heart for a publicity stunt.
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So it's real?
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Yes.
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Are you moving in together?
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No, we're not moving in together.
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You know, moving in together is actually
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a bigger step than marriage.
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- Tao.
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Ugh.
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Tao, Tao, Tao.
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You are so smart, and I am very comfortable talking to you.
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He soon met Sharon,
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and a whirlwind romance ensued.
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They introduced each other to their adult children after one month,
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and they moved in together after two.
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When middle-aged people date, they don't mess around.