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hold your horsesexpression

  • jaはやる気持ちを抑える、辛抱強く待つ
  • enused to tell someone to slow down or be patient instead of acting rashly and thoughtlessly

Examples

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Hey, Shemp, we're in here!
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We got a lot of work to do, so shake a leg!
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Hold your horses, will ya?
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Good night, Margo.
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Whoa, hold your horses.
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Who are you texting?
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My friend, Avery.
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Avery.
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Avery?
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Is that a girl's name or a boy's name?
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Does it matter?
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No, no, it doesn't matter unless it's a boy!
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In other words, hold your horses when you're coming to judge people.
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You don't necessarily know what someone's true value is.
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That is an unknown part of them.
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And we shouldn't behave as though it is known.
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- Do you laugh when you're nervous? - Yes.
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You're not gonna ask about the chair, huh?
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I am!
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Can you just hold your horses?
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This system went online in 1981, six years after the original WEDWay Peoplemover opened
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at the Magic Kingdom.
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Now for those of you shouting to yourselves
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“Ooh!
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Ooh!
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DC! DC!”
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Hold your horses.
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We’ll get there.