bitchnoun

  • ja(侮辱的)女性、卑しい女性
  • ena woman; a despicable woman (derogatory)

Examples

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Oh, you're that psycho chick.
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You never call a woman a "chick."
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I'll accept "broad," "lady," "woman," and, on occasion, "bitch."
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Bitch?
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- What are you talking about? - Toss that for me, will you?
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You certainly got your kills, you little bitch.
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Cost my shareholders billions.
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But now, as a result, my shareholders are majority owners of Schwartz & Meyer.
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And you, you're fired.
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So thank you for all that land around your father's ranch.
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We have big plans for this valley.
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And after the sting of this phase, you should give me a call.
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You could do very well working for me.
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I can't believe you brought her.
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I can't believe you brought Christine.
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I can't believe you shacked up with a bitch.
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I just wanna say, for the record,
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I just needed to an upgrade in my life, Deanna.
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- You son of a — - To me, please.
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I'm sorry.
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You're the son of a bitch.

Other meanings for bitch...

bitchverb

  • ja不満を言う、愚痴をこぼす
  • ento complain; to identify and punish someone as a habitual criminal
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I feel that I'm not a priority.
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I don't wanna make you a priority
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'cause I don't like being around you or talking to you sometimes.
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Because all you do is bitch and put me down.
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Will you carry my baby?
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Will you get me ice at 2:00 in the morning without bitching about it?
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Yeah.
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All right, then we're cool. Cool.
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Respect goes two ways,
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'cause I've also seen teachers that treat us like humans, and no one ever talks in the class.
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But then they wonder why the teachers who always bitch at us and all that crap,
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that we end up going out of our way just to piss them off.
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I am gonna choke the life outta all of you's!
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You can't bitch if you can't breathe!
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Oopsie.