continueverb

  • ja続く、持続する、続ける
  • ento keep happening, existing or doing something

Examples

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Anyway, what's up, Lieutenant?
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Santiago and I are going to an administration workshop for the NYPD.
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And it's voluntary, so only the cool kids are gonna be there.
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I love you so much. Continue.
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Anyways, you're in charge for the day.
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Oh, boy. Here comes the lecture.
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"Be responsible, Jake. Don't do anything crazy or fun."
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There's no lecture.
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I trust you.
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Oh, but there always used to be a lecture.
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Yeah, well, you're not the same immature, rebellious kid you used to be.
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There's nothing on my horizon except everything.
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Everything is on my horizon.
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I got this job to make some money while I continue my employment search.
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And it's fine for the time being.
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Oops. Break's over.
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2:15 / --:--
Mute
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Good evening, Quahog.
2.
Grim details continue to roll in at this hour in the story of the detached airplane advertising banner
3.
which caused a school bus to plummet into the Pawtuxet River.
4.
That's right, Joyce.
5.
Quahog's own Goldman's Pharmacy made headlines across the country 
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after a banner of theirs caused the bus to drive off a bridge, tragically killing all the teenagers on board.
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5:04 / --:--
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"Dear John Ambrose, I hope this letter finds you well.
2.
Have you continued your interest in politics and diplomacy?
3.
I'm sure you're even more smart, considerate, and adorable..."
4.
What am I saying?
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Why can't we get enough of superheroes?
2.
Despite all the voices predicting "superhero fatigue,"
3.
the figure continues to reign supreme across movies and on TV,
4.
from 10-cent comic books to billion-dollar theme parks.