betweenpreposition

  • ja〔位置的・時間的に二つの〕間で[に]、AとBとの間に
  • enin or through the space separating two things, people, or places

Examples

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1.
These lacerations are consistent with an animal attack.
2.
Look at the spaces between the claws.
3.
This woman was killed by a Bengal tiger.
4.
Whoa.
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1.
You know when a viewmaster — when it gets like —
2.
Caught between 2 sides?
3.
Yeah, yeah like that.
4.
Like, one side’s our world, and the other...
5.
The other slide is the Upside Down.
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1.
And if the shooter's watching,
2.
I hope you like living between St. Charles Place and Connecticut Avenue.
3.
Because that's where jail is in Monopoly.
4.
A great line from a great man, or should I say, Manhunter.
5.
Yeah, he overstepped.

Other meanings for between...

betweenpreposition

  • jaの合間に
  • enintermediate to (as in amount, quantity, or degree)
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1.
So this is my skincare routine.
2.
And it's between 10 to 12 steps.
3.
I've been taking care of my skin and obsessed with skincare ever since I was 7 years old.
4.
My mom taught me everything I know.
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1.
The game is easy.
2.
It's very, very easy.
3.
I'll ask you a question.
4.
I'll even tell you what the answers are.
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All the answers are between 0 and 5, okay?
6.
Just remember that.
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All the answers are between 0 and 5.
8.
For instance, if I would ask you, "How many eyes does the One-Eyed Monster have?"
9.
And the answer would be 1.
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- It's a one-eyed monster, yeah. - One, one, one.
11.
Okay.
12.
All right.
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1.
So what do you do?
2.
I'm a banker.
3.
Like you work at a bank?
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At a bank.
5.
So how much do you make a year?
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Between 35, 40.
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- Thirty-five to 40. - So I'm bouncing back and forth, I'm doing all right.
8.
Okay.
9.
No, okay.
10.
Yeah, that's dope.
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1.
One of the biggest problems people have is they don't wipe off enough oil,
2.
and they have too thick of a layer,
3.
and then it comes out of the oven very sticky still and not giving them the result that they want.
4.
So you're gonna put your cast iron in your oven on the highest temperature it can go,
5.
between 450 and 500 degrees.
6.
So this process is gonna take about an hour.
7.
The reason we need our oven so high is that we actually want to take the oil past its smoking point,
8.
so that the oil actually starts to break down and bond with the cast iron.
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1.
This is a pretty nice car, again, 90K miles.
2.
It's the EX version.
3.
Sunroof, cruise control, so it's the top of the line.
4.
And if I cleaned it up and got it running, it's worth between 2 and $3,000.
5.
So after sitting for 4 years in his driveway, the owner wanted to get rid of it.
6.
And instead of junking it, the owner gave it to me as kind of like a challenge.
7.
He sees me fixing cars in my driveway all the time
8.
and he wants to see if I could get it started because his mechanic couldn't.
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1.
Jian-Yang won the house for me in a game of chance.
2.
He told me to pick a number between 1 and 10.
3.
I picked 7, but it was 3.
4.
Hmm, you live, you learn.
5.
Now, I'll always pick 3.

betweenpreposition

  • jaの間
  • enserving to connect or unite in a relationship, such as difference, likeness, or proportion
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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 me.
4.
Okay.
5.
They're the same picture.
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1.
The 'Skyfire Cycle'!
2.
Twelve books chronicling the war between sky and sand, clouds, and rocks, the subsidians, and—
3.
Oh, so it's like a 'Game of Thrones' type thing.
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1.
You are not a bad person.
2.
If we get out of this alive, I promise you I will help you however I can.
3.
Wow, thank you.
4.
Oh, your back is very wet.
5.
Yeah, I guess between the fur coat and all the cocaine, I've been sweating a lot.
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1.
Your company cannot be worth that much.
2.
Our company is worth nothing.
3.
That's the difference between you and I.
4.
Business isn't about money to me, David.

betweenpreposition

  • jaの合間に
  • enin the time separating two actions, events, situations, etc.
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1.
You didn't prepare a presentation at all, did you?
2.
You know what? I had a really rough night.
3.
And my boss can back me up on that.
4.
I'm your boss.
5.
My other boss, Mr. Figaro.
6.
You have another job?
7.
What I do between 5:30 PM and 1 AM is nobody's business but mine and my other business'.
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1.
Maybe he's just not interested in me anymore.
2.
Impossible.
3.
A woman is at her most beautiful between the ages of 35 and 39.
4.
Great, so I have many months left.
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1.
Do you know what is special about the hours between 3:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. on the night of March 12th?
2.
No, sir.
3.
That was the only 2-hour period in which you did not send an email to Mr. Hirsch with the title,
4.
“You can't make a Tom-let without breaking some Gregs.”
5.
You sent the same email to him 67 times in 1 evening.
6.
I guess it was a joke.
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1.
Yeah, this is a weird year because there are a lot of very serious things happening.
2.
And, of course, the Oscars are still several days away.
3.
Who knows what's gonna happen between now and then?
4.
- Yeah. - So you do want to be appropriate and respectful,
5.
- but also, more importantly, I wanna be funny. - Yes.