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booknoun

  • ja本、書籍、書物
  • ena written work or composition that has been printed on pages bound together (or electronic copies structured the same)

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For 50 bucks, you can get 1 book.
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What will it be?
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A? B? C?
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A man walks into a store.
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He searches for a certain section of books.
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'The Skyfire Cycle: Sand Into Glass: The Reckoning of Ka'Lar.'
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Man, that is a long book.
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Here, book 2, 'Twilight: New Moon.'
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Get cracking.
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There's a second book?
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And a third and a fourth.

Other meanings for book...

booknoun

  • ja帳簿、会計簿
  • en(often plural 'books') a record of a business's financial transactions or financial condition
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If the economy takes longer to recover,
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the current £ 300 billion that the government needs to balance the books
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could turn into a figure north of 500 billion,
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according to the worst case Treasury estimates.
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You think I stole $3,000?
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Oh, we know you did.
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Or someone else did.
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Did you use any company money for anything?
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We're just trying to balance the books.
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Please. If I stole $3,000 I wouldn't be here.
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I'd be on a beach in Jamaica drinking Red Stripe.
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- Oh, I love Red Stripe. - I do too.
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Bain does not record payroll numbers for its deals.
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And private equity is private equity.
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Private.
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Once a company is no longer publicly listed, the books are closed.
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I'm sorry to ask,
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but can you put a little something extra on my commissary account?
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Mama, not much, any little bit helps.
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Ten, twenty, just to add to my books.
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Boy, I ain't got nothing to give you.
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I ain't got it.
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But I will work on that.
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And he's basically just thrown the kitchen sink—
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the biggest tax increases I've seen in a very long time.
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Huge spending cuts, also in that year.
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It's pretty ugly, actually.
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It probably won't happen, but that's how he's balanced the books.
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That's how he's made it add up.
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Or at least in the books it adds up.