categorynoun

  • jaカテゴリー、種類、部門
  • ena group or class of people or things with common qualities

Examples

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What is Monica's biggest pet peeve?
2.
- Animals dressed as humans. - That's correct.
3.
Ladies?
4.
Same category.
5.
According to Chandler, what phenomenon scares the bejeezus out of him?
6.
Michael Flatley, 'Lord of the Dance!'
7.
That is correct.
8.
The Irish jig guy?
9.
His legs flail about as if independent from his body!
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1.
Those aren't chips and dip.
2.
No, I made brownies.
3.
What?
4.
I'm just trying to figure out why you're sabotaging things.
5.
I made brownies.
6.
And I made cookies — same category.
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Hey, Boyle. I need a recommendation for a good restaurant.
2.
It's Marcus' birthday and I wanna do something...nice.
3.
Ooh. Do you want classic, romantic, or gastro-sensuous?
4.
Ugh. Never mind.
5.
I know those categories.
6.
You guys are talking dates.
7.
Here's what you do:
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Invite him over, order some fancy take-out, throw it in a pot, and act like you cooked it.
9.
I got the idea from Yahoo! Answers.
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Ladies and gentlemen.
2.
Having seen all the entries in the largest vegetable category, I'm prepared to hand out the ribbons.
3.
First prize goes to...
4.
Wait!
5.
There's 1 more entry.
6.
I'm sorry young man, but the deadline is past, and you're too late.
7.
Oh, I got your largest vegetable, baby.
8.
Right here, here you go.
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1.
Judging the finals are theatrical phenomenon, Welly Wong,
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Broadway star, Marissa Jaret Winokur,
3.
and prima ballerina, Nadya Khristorozhdestvenskaya.
4.
We have 4 studios competing today in various categories.
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And 3 will advance to the next round.
6.
Best of luck to all our competitors.