bottomnoun

  • ja下部、底
  • enthe lowest part, point, or level of something, or the part of something that is below or under the other parts

Examples

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An auditor will arrive shortly.
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He'll evaluate us on crime stats, physical plan, fiscal responsibility.
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There are 22 other precincts in Brooklyn.
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So we just don't want to rate at the bottom.
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Are they gonna be looking at our desks?
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Also, unrelated, someone left a bunch of swords on my desk.
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You've taped cheat notes to the bottom of your plate?
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- Well, I just to re — - Oh!
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More cheat notes.
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Look, I'm not as smart as you thought I was.
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I mean, I'm not smart like you.
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And let's just say that I just sent back 'Love Actually,' which was awesome.
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And they sent me 'Uptown Girls,' which is also awesome.
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But guess what, now I want to see 'Love Actually' again,
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but it's at the bottom of the queue.
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"Oh, no, what do I do?"
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What I do is this.
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I go online. I go click, click, click.
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And I change the order of the queue,
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so that I can see 'Love Actually' as soon as I want to.
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It's so easy, Ryan.
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What do you have in the pastry box, sir, brownies?
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No, you hold brownies from the side.
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He's holding it from the bottom.
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True, maybe it's a cheesecake.
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There's no condensation on the box.
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It's room temperature.
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Look at the finger spread, tensing in the shoulders.
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He's supporting something dense.
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It's a pie.
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- It is a pie. - Damn!
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Oh! Ah...
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Cold milk, cold milk.
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Oh, it's coming out the bottom.
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It is coming out the bottom of my cast.