end upphrasal verb

  • ja結局[最後には]~になる、~で終わる
  • ento arrive or reach a place, condition, or situation

Examples

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Alright, I panicked, alright?
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She took me by surprise, you know.
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But it wasn't a total loss.
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I mean, we ended up cuddling.
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Whoa, you cuddled?
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How many times?
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Shut up. It was nice.
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It didn't matter what choices we made, we would've ended up right here,
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on this bed, sitting next to each other in prison.
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Mute
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You're both underestimating him.
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I know 28 other people who did that.
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- And they all ended up with yo-yos around their throats. - Necks. - Necks.
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Oh, I said throats, not necks,
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which means I haven't told that story too many times.
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Okay, but how did you end up here in Mexico at the exact same tiny resort as us?
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Gina's been talking up this place for years.
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- Referral Code GINA30! - Referral Code GINA30!
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I had no idea you'd be here.
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You know what? It's fine, sir.
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A lot of people go on their honeymoon with their boss.
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Nope, I thought if I said it out loud it would normalize it.
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But it's weird.
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They're like, "So, what are your powers?"
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- And I was like, "I don't know." - Yeah.
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- I'm not sure where I end up with my origin story, sorry. - Yeah.
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Action!
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Cut!
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James was brilliant.
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Just brilliant.
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I couldn't have asked for anything more.
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I totally believed he was falling off a building.
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Yeah, I don't think we're gonna end up using that shot.
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But it was just great work, really good.
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Mute
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This is me.
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This is what I do.
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I'm gonna end up alone just like he did.
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Chandler, Heckles was a nut case.
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Our trains are on the same track, okay?
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Yeah, sure, I'm coming up 30 years behind him.
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But the stops are all the same.
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Bittertown, Aloneville, Hermit Junction.
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Mute
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Oh, wow.
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Still me, huh?
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If somehow I do not end up on the green,
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the only thing I have left in my bag is Happy Gilmore.
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Good toss.
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Mute
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His big breakthrough came when he flash-froze cattle feed
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at 350 degrees below 0, which produced small pellets.
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Serendipitously, Curtis loved making ice cream.
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Next thing he knew, he was using liquid nitrogen
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to freeze ice cream at extremely low temperatures
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and ended up with small beads of it.
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When eaten, the natural heat of the mouth melted the beads
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and thus, Dippin’ Dots was born.
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Mute
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How did you get your dog?
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My mom wanted to breed collies.
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And so that's how he ended up in our family.
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But then she was diagnosed with MS and ended up taking her own life.
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But I still have him.
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So he was always there for me.