describeverb

  • ja記述する、説明する
  • ento give a description of someone or something

Examples

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Mute
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- Okay, okay, I'll go first. - Okay.
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So, the other night, Rachel and I are in bed talking about fantasies.
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And I happened to describe a particular...
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'Star Wars' thing.
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Princess Leia in the gold bikini.
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Yes!
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- I know! - Yes!
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Mute
1.
Okay, sperm donor number 03815.
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Come on down!
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Okay, 6'2, 170 pounds, and he describes himself as a male Geena Davis.
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You mean there's more than one of us?
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Mute
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Iris, thank you so much for having me.
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Iris, let me tell you.
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David Wallace is the CEO, but he's not hands-on.
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So the day-to-day operations are entirely under your command?
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"Entirely" is the perfect way to describe it, Iris.
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Mute
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How would I describe myself?
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Three words: hardworking, alpha male, jackhammer.
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Mute
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Oh, nothing better after a long shift than coming to Shaw's.
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It's like 'Cheers,' where everybody knows your name.
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A place where everybody knows your name is hell.
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You're describing hell.
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24:07 / --:--
Mute
1.
Which category would you like?
2.
I'll take, "You crossed the line."
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"You crossed the line."
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Joey, describe for Gene these things that have lines.
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Give me 20 seconds on the clock, please.
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Ready, go!
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Okay, it's a store like a supermarket.
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I see what I did. Okay, okay, okay.
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6:51 / --:--
Mute
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Now in fact, some of our transformative leaders in history have been introverts.
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I'll give you some examples.
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Eleanor Roosevelt, Rosa Parks, Gandhi.
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All these people described themselves as quiet and soft-spoken and even shy.
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And they all took the spotlight, even though every bone in their bodies was telling them not to.
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Mute
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I was 15 when I really started touring.
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And with that being said, you're on tour ⁠— the depletion of dopamine.
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And the best way for me to describe it is I'm going out there every night.
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And I'm giving, giving, giving, giving, giving.
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And I don't understand how to give myself the proper nutrients I need back
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and all that sort of stuff, 'cause I'm a kid.
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0:35 / --:--
Mute
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Maybe I'm old-fashioned.
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Betty Draper, that is indeed how I would describe you.
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Mute
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Now, describe what you taste.
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Cheese.