historynoun

  • ja歴史、過去のこと[もの]
  • ena series of past events connected with the development of someone or something

Examples

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What's happening with you?
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Oh, well, actually, we were just talking about me not going to Ross' wedding.
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Just might be too hard, given the history and all that.
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Wow, this reminds me of the time when I was living on the street
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and this guy offered to buy me food if I slept with him.
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How is this like that?
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Well, let's see, it's not really like that,
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because, you see, that was an actual problem.
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And yours is just like a bunch of high school crap that nobody really gives—
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Well, I'm sorry, I guess I just thought—
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Alright, here come the waterworks.
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Hey, Camila.
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Did you know that Amy is the youngest female sergeant in the history of the Nine-Nine?
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Yes, I'm very proud of her.
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I'm proud of all my children.
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The sergeant and the lieutenant.
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What? You passed the lieutenant's exam?
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Does she have a history of seizures?
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No, no no.
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Allergies? Other medical problems?
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- I think she’s allergic to penicillin. - Did she fall recently?
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- Hit her head in the shower? - No, no, no.
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She came back from a trip.
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- Let’s get some help. - Beth?
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Where are the rats?
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There's blood everywhere.
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This is a horror scene!
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They must have chewed themselves free.
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Detective Diaz, what was in that box?
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It's from a closed case in 1986 when they busted the guy that dealt to the New York Mets.
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My god.
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Those rats have eaten the purest cocaine in the history of this city.
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They know no fear or pain.
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And look, they're back in the walls.
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Boyle!
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Freddie Mercury is considered by many
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to be one of the greatest singers, the greatest performers, in the history of music.
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What are some thoughts that you have about Freddie Mercury?
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You know, I always admired him.
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I thought he was really talented.
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His ability to deliver as a performer were very positive and very good. I liked him.
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He painted a path for other people to be expressive and really be themselves.
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It's really sad that he had to keep a lid on his lifestyle until probably his death,
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because it was very not okay in those days.
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Where do you think we are?
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It's the Korean spa, I know this place.
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I don't totally know the history of Korean spas,
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but I do know that they are awesome.
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Now what a lovely way to end the night?
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I've never been to the Korean spa,
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have always wanted to go,
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and this was the perfect opportunity.
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We're in the sauna, the jade sauna, and it smells great in here.
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This is so cool.
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I've never experienced anything like this.
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Look at our feet.
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What is from the salt?
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It's all salt.
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The jackpot is up to $1.5 billion.
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I can't even count that high.
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To understand how much money that is, even Oprah bought a ticket.
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It is the largest prize in the history of the world.
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But they say you have a better chance of becoming president,
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being struck by lightning, or being killed by a vending machine.

Other meanings for history...

historynoun

  • ja歴史、過去のこと[もの]
  • enthe branch of knowledge dealing with past events
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Well, well, well.
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Either you’re our dates or you’re just lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time.
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Hi, Logan.
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This is Stacy.
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She’s in my Spanish class.
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I’m Tracy and I’m in your history class.
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Right, whatever.
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I’m Braden, from your history class.
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You borrowed my notes.
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Can I have them back now?
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I could —
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Oh, God. I’m sorry.
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What do you teach?
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- I teach Spanish. - Mm-hmm. Oh!
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- Yeah, to seventh graders.
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- Uh-huh. - Awesome kids.
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I'm the luckiest teacher ever, so other teachers, like, "Whatever."
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- So what grade is it? - Seventh grade.
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- Seventh grade. - And you're married.
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- I am. - And what does your husband do?
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He's a graduate student.
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- He's studying history. - Uh-huh.
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He's going to be a professor, so we're both educators.
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No one teaches history like I do.
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That's why I let you slide with the dress code.
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You can't hide these calves from the rest of the world.
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I can't get my leg off.
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What year were you in class with him?
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Back in 2010, so about 7 years ago.
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I was in Scruggs' 12th grade US History class.
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And he's the reason you went to college.
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Yes, he was a big factor in me going to college.
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- He was always in my ear from my 12th grade year 'cause I was not the most motivated student in school. - At all. At all.
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I was not the most motivated person in school.
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And Scruggs was always in my ear, especially with his motto,
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"You are number 1, you have everything it takes to be number 1."
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This is one of the many Shareware games
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that I got from an educational convention back in the mid-'90s.
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And I picked this one mainly because I was studying medieval history in school.
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But anyways, I studied history and cultural anthropology.
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My philosophy is if you're going to go to school,
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you should be studying something that you're legitimately interested in.