childnoun

  • ja子供、児童
  • en(plural 'children') a son or daughter; an offspring

Examples

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Mute
1.
Are we gonna be okay at this?
2.
I mean, this entire day felt a warning from the universe.
3.
I almost missed the birth.
4.
We had our baby at the precinct.
5.
A firefighter touched our child.
6.
- You washed him off? - Yeah, but I'll always know.
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Mute
1.
When I first came to this country, I had to do so much to fit in.
2.
- I never wanted the same for my children. - Okay.
3.
I wanted you to be proud and strong.
4.
But you are so different.
5.
It makes me feel scared for you.
6.
Your fear doesn't help me, dad.
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Mute
1.
I've been thinking, I want this baby to have a normal life.
2.
Our child will be heir to the kingdom.
3.
Still, I went to public school and I was riding the subway by myself when I was 10.
4.
We'll find a new definition of normal together.
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Mute
1.
My friend Bethel rescued him from some lab.
2.
That is so cruel.
3.
Why? Why would a parent name their child Bethel?
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Mute
1.
This is exactly what you did the last time you were at my house.
2.
Stay-at-home moms who make me feel like I should be locked up?
3.
- You shouldn't feel that way. - What, for neglect?
4.
Because I have a fucking career?
5.
I have spent every day of my goddamn life putting my family and my child first.
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So don't go there!
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Mute
1.
Ross, you have planned out the next 20 years of our lives.
2.
We've been dating for 6 weeks.
3.
Oh, come on.
4.
What, you never think about our future?
5.
Yes, but I think about whose apartment we're gonna sleep at tomorrow night,
6.
and where we're gonna have dinner next Saturday night.
7.
I do not think about what our children's names are gonna be.
8.
You know what our children's names are gonna be?
9.
No.
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Mute
1.
A lot of parents take a photo of their child before they go to school for their very first day.
2.
It turns out some parents take a photo of their child after the first day of school.
3.
I'll show you what I mean.
4.
Here's Lucy before school.
5.
There she is looking adorable.
6.
Here she is after school.
7.
Yeah, even that unicorn backpack is kind of done with.
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Mute
1.
- Where do you live? - I'm from Dallas.
2.
You're from Dallas, and what kind of—
3.
You're just dressed like a normal guy,
4.
- coming to see a show. - Normal guy.
5.
- Yep. - What is your talent?
6.
I am going to shoot ping pong balls out of my mouth into cups.
7.
All right.
8.
And that started out of—
9.
Are you an only child, or—
10.
- Basically. All right. - Okay, all right.
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Mute
1.
Will Truman.
2.
Didn't tell me you had a child.
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Mute
1.
And what are you?
2.
- I'm a compass. - You're a compass.
3.
'Cause there's north and west and east and south.
4.
And look, if I just do this, if I take this away, and if I take this away...
5.
Now, you're just "one direction."
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Or I could give you back this.
7.
And if you just head in north west,
8.
You could be Kim and Kanye's child, North West.
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Mute
1.
You told me that Stormi reminds you a lot of me.
2.
She is like a little Kylie.
3.
It's really wild.
4.
It's like sometimes she looks at you and you think—
5.
I have to remind myself, "No, that's my granddaughter, not Kylie."
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Yeah.
7.
- For 2 seconds it catches me off-guard. - You're starting to lose it, huh?
8.
Yeah.
9.
I am.
10.
Oh, I told you that.
11.
- That's the age that's kicking in. - Yeah, it's like, "Kylie — I mean, Stormi."
12.
- That's my grandbaby, not my daughter. - Yeah.
13.
When I start calling her Kylie, we know we have a problem.
14.
There's so many times that we're sitting talking,
15.
and she goes, "What's her name again?" about her child.

Other meanings for child...

childnoun

  • ja子ども、小児
  • en(plural 'children') a young person; someone who has not yet reached adulthood or maturity
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Mute
1.
- Papa, can we go on trampoline? - Can we go on trampoline?
2.
You haven't finished your nuggets yet, sweetie.
3.
Okay, there's a lot of children starving in America, right?
4.
I mean, take a look at her.
5.
She's American, huh?
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Mute
1.
Ladies, I have a plan.
2.
One drop will transform a child into a mouse.
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Mute
1.
Mrs. Griffin, it's a good thing you brought this child in.
2.
Why? Is he okay?
3.
I'm afraid he's very sick.
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Mute
1.
Let's see if we got a hot circuit.
2.
No, no, no, no, no, no, no!
3.
Why 'no' 7 times?
4.
Um, 'cause you're a child.
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Mute
1.
You're not leaving!
2.
I can't stay.
3.
The North is no place for a child.