eventnoun

  • ja出来事、事件、行事
  • ensomething important, interesting, or unusual that happens; an occurrence

Examples

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NYPD, you're under arrest.
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Heading your way!
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Gotcha!
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My leg, my leg!
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You broke my other leg.
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Oh, this was supposed to be a safe event.
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Nothing to see here.
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Except for the bone, sticking out of the leg.
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You're invited to Colin Khoo's wedding?
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Yeah, you guys know them or something?
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Hells yeah.
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The Khoos, the Youngs, I mean, who doesn't know who they are?
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They're just the biggest developers in all of Singapore...
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and Malaysia, Thailand, Brunei, New Mexico.
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She gets it.
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Colin and Araminta's wedding is, like, Singapore's event of the century.
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The Youngs are like royalty.
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Did you not know?
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Does she not know?
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Everyone, I would like to make a toast!
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To Rachel and Joey.
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And to love.
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Ah, love, L-O-V-E, love.
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"L" is for life.
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And what is life without love?
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Oh, my God, are we supposed to answer?
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"O" is for "Oh, wow."
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The "V" is for this very surprising turn of events,
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which I am still fine with, by the way.
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"E" is for how extremely normal I find it that you two are together
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and that, one day, you might get married and have children of your own.
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Penny, Leonard, would you be able to answer some questions I'm having about the events of last night?
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Sure.
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Question 1: where are my pants?
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You might wanna check YouTube.
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You know what, though?
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I've actually seen ads for nurses that you can hire by the hour for parties and bachelor events.
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Look into that.
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Great.
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It's gonna cost a couple hundred bucks and— oh, actually more with tips.
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I'm so glad that you're doing what you love.
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You should be, 'cause I'm about to fix your situation.
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So let's start with what kind of event are you going to?
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The kind where they'll pay the price of a Lexus for a painting the size of a place mat.
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Would I rather have a permanent fish face when posing for pictures,
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or only be able to kiss like a fish?
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That is how I kiss. It's what I'm known for.
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This is a sad turn of events,
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because I have never taken a photograph without a fish face,
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and I don't know how to kiss any way other than the fish.
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Oh, no, he's at a standstill.
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- So this is like, real salt in the wound, Buzzfeed. - I'm sorry. Poor wife, your poor wife.
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"When my great-grandma died and we wanted to scatter her ashes in the same way,
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my grandma hollowed out bread rolls and put the ashes inside to prevent a repeat of events."
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Keyhouse is a mysterious place.
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All we know about Keyhouse at the beginning of the show
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is that that's where our dad grew up.
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"This is Devon Locke and this is Snookie..."
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This family went through a devastating event of losing their father.
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Coming to Keyhouse is a new start and a fresh start and a new place,
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but it's really about solving a mystery.
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The truth is that my father is a malignant presence... a bully, and a liar,
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and he was fully personally aware of these events for many years
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and made efforts to hide and cover up.
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I wanna talk about a major event that could happen.
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- Popping my cherry, Doc! - Oh, Lord.
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We are smart.
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And idiots are banging all the time.
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We can learn how to do it too.