collectverb

  • ja集める、収集する、徴収する
  • ento gather or bring things together from different people or places

Examples

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I have 85. Do I have 90?
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I have 90 from the man with the face at table 4.
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This is terrible.
4.
You don't know what you're doing.
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Adam Sandler?
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Yeah, that's right.
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I collect antiquities.
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I'm a serious person.
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I'm writing a movie right now about the Russian revolution.
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Scalp leeches, skull vampires, follicle gypsies, hair lawyers.
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- One thing is clear: it's kill or be killed! - No! No, no.
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It's more of a nuisance, really.
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It's not that big a deal.
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So, I collected your hats and your coats.
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- To be burned! - To be washed.
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You shouldn't wear so much makeup.
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It'll collect on your mustache.
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At least I can grow a mustache.
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The energy we have just collected could power my designs.
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All my designs.
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This will change the war.
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I know you might be still mad at me for bringing us here.
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One day, when you're lighting the hip-hop world on fire, collecting all your Source awards,
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- you'll thank me. - Source awards?
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- Is that as far as I get in your dreams? - All right, all right.
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I'm in a lot of pain, Rick.
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Yeah, I can see that.
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But do you think you'll still be able to help me... collect my seeds, Morty?
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Are you kidding me?