airportnoun

  • ja空港、飛行場
  • ena place where aircraft take off and land, usually with buildings for accommodating passengers

Examples

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Mute
1.
Look, we just have to take care of this 1 thing.
2.
It's an emergency.
3.
Then I'll be right back and we can talk about this.
4.
- I really have to get to the airport. - Please.
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Mute
1.
You know, you really didn't have to take me to the airport.
2.
Oh, please.
3.
Every moment is precious.
4.
You know, besides, somebody had to ride in that other taxi with the rest of your luggage.
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Mute
1.
So when you said you were going to pick someone up at the airport,
2.
you meant you were going to pick someone up at the airport?
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Mute
1.
Hi, is anyone home?
2.
This is Scott Lang.
3.
We met a few years ago at the airport in Germany.
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Mute
1.
Where are you?
2.
Picking up Amy's dad at the airport.
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Mute
1.
I'm never quite sure what you're thinking.
2.
Many things.
3.
That I'm sad...
4.
that this airport is the only one I've been to without a Cinnabon.
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Mute
1.
Would you ladies like to share a cab, or as we say "share a cab?"
2.
- Sure. - That sounds great.
3.
Oh, and please do not be suspicious that I am at the airport with no baggage whatsoever.