earlyadverb

  • ja初期に、初めごろに
  • enat the beginning of something

Examples

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I know what everyone's gonna do tonight.
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It's Thursday.
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So Gina's gonna leave early to rehearse with her new dance group, Dancy Reagan.
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They're the first ladies of movement.
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Amy's gonna be going over her weekly budget.
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And Charles will be attending a "Pizza for One" cooking class.
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Tonight's menu: pepper-alone-i
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And if I run and leap at Terry, he will most certainly catch me in his arms.
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- Coming in! - No! I'm holding coffee!
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Also, I would like to inform you that, as a special treat, my party will be starting early.
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In fact, it will be starting right now.
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- Our party is also starting now. - Yup.
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- Alright, Stanley! Whoo! - Good choice.
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- Hey! - Hi!
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- Hi, Bonnie. - Hi.
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My boss let me off early so I took the train.
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What are you guys doing?
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I'm playing strip 'Happy Days' game.
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Cool! I'll catch up.
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Normally, I don't condone leaving early.
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But I have an appointment with the horse doctor.
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How that horse became a doctor, I don't know.
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No, I'm kidding.
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He's just a regular doctor who shoots your horse in the head when its leg is broken.
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I was with a guy once and I licked the plate too early in the relationship.
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What happened?
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It just didn't go how I thought it was going to.
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- Hey. - Hey.
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Who are you faxing so early in the morning?
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Oh.
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Kinda hard to explain.
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How early in the process
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do you think one should even bring in a doula?
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As early as they can. But we,
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as doulas we get called at 37 weeks.
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Like "Oh my God, I heard I need a doula,
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- I need you." - Really?
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Tell me everything, can I meet you once?
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That late?
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And some people pee on a stick and we're hired.
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There was a musical performance
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that I remember going into the wee hours of the night.
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Whenever we had to shoot outside, this was at the Asphalt Cafe,
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we'd have to start either really early in the morning,
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so we'd have enough sunlight, or really late at night,
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so there wouldn't be too much traffic, and I remember this going long.
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Oh.
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If you buy these space-themed leggings, you'll be the woman that everybody is jealous of.
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I wake up early in the morning because I want to.
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And I get mistaken for Kate Hudson all of the time.

Other meanings for early...

earlyadjective

  • ja早い、早め
  • ennear or belonging to the beginning of a period of time, an event etc.
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What are you guys doing out here?
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Well, Joey and I had discussed getting in an early morning racquetball game.
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But, apparently, somebody overslept.
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Yeah, well, you don't have your racquet.
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No, no, I don't because it's being restrung.
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Somebody was supposed to bring me one.
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Yeah, well, you didn't call and leave your grip size.
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You guys spend way too much time together.
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Girl, I haven't seen you this spun out since freshman year finals.
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I'm just in that early relationship phase where everything is roses
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but also he might break up with you any minute because he really hates you.
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You know that is completely insane, right?
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Yeah, I'm crazy.
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He could be in the early stages of Stockholm Syndrome.
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Or even worse than that, he could be developing a bond with his captor.
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So, you're turning 30, and is that something — Why are you making that face?
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Is that a problem?
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It's not a problem.
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It's just a weird — When you're young, that sounds so old.
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When you're in high school, or even when you're in your early 20s,
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it still sounds like, "You know, by the time I'm 30 I should just give up."
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Like, what's the point of going on at that age?
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Those early days of Pied Piper...
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kinda sucked.
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We had to clean for ourselves.
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It was like a shit hole.
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But there was so much shit in it, it was filled all the way up.
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So it was, like, level with the ground.
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Name one celebrity who's disappointed you.
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Yum, yum!
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Okay...I'm gonna tell you.
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The —
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We just — It was the early days of the show, the band might remember this.
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The early days of the show and we — We had the rapper on, Rick Ross.
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Tyler: This is the beard balancing bottle flip. Here we go, boys!
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WHOOO, HOOOOOO! WOOO!
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I got it, baby!
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Garrett: Well, as you can see, early stages of his training,
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we will continue and master the flip.
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I am breastfeeding, so I provide the food for the baby.
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So his whole thing is changing diapers.
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Like, he'll never be able to feed her, in the early stages.
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Now he can, 'cause she's partially bottle fed.
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But he—the second she was born, he changed the first diaper,
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and has changed multiple diapers ever since.
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Steve (laughs) I can't even get through this.
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- [Tom] This is the best part.
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- Steve spits at Nikki's feet.
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- The thing is like, you never see someone's early work.
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All we know about Ernest Hemingway
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is that he wrote all those good books,
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but we never saw his short stories and stuff,
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- After Steve - that never made it.