alreadyadverb

  • jaすでに、もう
  • enbefore a certain time; by this or that time

Examples

PLAY
0:30 / --:--
Mute
1.
All you gotta do now is draw up the construction plans.
2.
If Watsuhita commits to the major bulk of the funds, I'm looking at my new partner.
3.
I thought I was already your partner.
4.
Whoa, cowboy.
5.
I said, "Land the Watsuhita account, you'll get promoted."
6.
I didn't mean right this second.
7.
But I already told my wife, sir.
8.
I spent money I don't have.
9.
To do these documents is gonna take me months.
10.
Then you better get started.
11.
Wow, I just got a big headache!
PLAY
2:33 / --:--
Mute
1.
Hey, can you make me a prince?
2.
There is a lot of gray area in "make me a prince."
3.
I could just make you a prince.
4.
- Oh, no. - Right.
5.
- You'd be snuggled up with that dude for the rest of your life. - Yo! Y'all seen my palace?
6.
Be specific with your words.
7.
- The deal is in the detail... - Got it.
8.
...which I don't really understand because if she already likes you, why change?
9.
I told you. She has to marry a prince.
10.
I just wanna go home, man.
11.
Okay, I can do that.
PLAY
0:44 / --:--
Mute
1.
Babe, are we sure we don't want another one?
2.
Isn't it a little late?
3.
I thought you already got your vasectomy.
4.
No, I got my consultation.
5.
There's a 1-month waiting period in New York.
6.
Yeah, it's to prevent buyer's remorse.
7.
Yeah, more like pliers remorse.
PLAY
0:52 / --:--
Mute
1.
No, there is no Rachel Greep.
2.
But then this other girl overheard us and she was all,
3.
"I'm Rachel Greep! I'm Rachel Greep!"
4.
And he let her right in.
5.
So you hit her in the face?
6.
No, she was already in.
7.
But then this big bitch behind me tried to steal my umbrella.
8.
So I clocked her.
PLAY
0:06 / --:--
Mute
1.
It's heist time.
2.
Dah!
3.
Thought you could get a head start on heist prep? Good luck.
4.
I'm already dressed.
5.
Well...I'm also dressed, and I made breakfast.
6.
Wait, where are my eggs?
7.
In my belly.
8.
Now, get a move on. It's heist time.
PLAY
6:01 / --:--
Mute
1.
It is up to the object whether it will be flattened or not.
2.
And I can tell just from the small interaction we've had already, you won't be flattened by anybody.
3.
Do you agree with me, Jim?
4.
- Yes. - Yes, you do.
PLAY
3:28 / --:--
Mute
1.
Mom? Dad?
2.
I know you already said that I can't go, but can I please go to the party tonight?
3.
Malia, use your translator.
4.
If you don't let me go to this party, I will get a tattoo...
5.
on my face.
6.
Have fun.

Other meanings for already...

alreadyadverb

  • ja早くも、
  • enso soon; so early; now
PLAY
7:02 / --:--
Mute
1.
Why is he leaving already?
2.
He'll be back soon, okay?
3.
Don't worry.
4.
Everything will be fine.
PLAY
4:13 / --:--
Mute
1.
Alright, let's go for it.
2.
Ah!
3.
This one's more of like a back of the throat burn.
4.
This one hurts here and it hurts here already.
PLAY
2:06 / --:--
Mute
1.
Corporate needs you to find the differences between this picture and this picture.
2.
Intel has told us there are at least 7.
3.
Okay, I already see one. Give them.
4.
Okay.
5.
They're the same picture.
PLAY
8:11 / --:--
Mute
1.
Let's do this already.
2.
Whoa, what do you got there? A weapon?
3.
It's a nice watch.
4.
I don't wanna break it on your ribs.
5.
- Alright, let's do this. - Alright.
PLAY
0:22 / --:--
Mute
1.
A new chapter of my life has begun.
2.
Already, I can feel the weight of this crown I wear.
PLAY
1:31 / --:--
Mute
1.
Okay, leaving already?
2.
Just remember, your body can handle the workout.
3.
It's your mind you need to convince.
PLAY
1:03 / --:--
Mute
1.
Ha, ha, you have to drink that one.
2.
- I was— - Are you drunk already?
PLAY
2:03 / --:--
Mute
1.
Wait! I will only do this under 1 condition:
2.
Sergeant Jeffords agrees that this will help his nerves.
3.
Yeah, I mean, I would like to take my mind off the test.
4.
And maybe I'll win this year!
5.
Ah, the heist is already working.
6.
Sergeant Jeffords has recovered his sense of humor.
7.
Hey!