interestnoun

  • ja興味、関心、趣味
  • ensomething that a person enjoys learning about or doing

Examples

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Is acting still your first love compared to producing or even writing?
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That’s such a good question, actually.
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I think so.
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Your interests kind of evolve and change as you get older and I still love it.
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Absolutely.
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Kelly and I definitely failed on your present but somehow you're still happy.
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So, that's great.
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Yes, because even though you raised us,
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we literally have no idea who you are and what your interests are.
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Aw.
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I'm very closed off.

Other meanings for interest...

interestnoun

  • ja利子、利息、金利
  • enthe sum paid or charged for the use of money or for borrowing money
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These are just simple, straight cards.
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But are these cards with fees?
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I mean, if you don't pay your bill,
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- you're gonna pay a high interest on these fees. - Right, right.
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Do you have a plan that will help us or not?
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We have borrowed absolutely everything we can from the state.
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And, really, Pawnee is our only hope.
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We do have a plan.
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We are willing to provide a bridge loan for $50,000— 25% interest compounded monthly.
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And you need to release a statement that says that Pawnee rules and Eagleton drools.
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Well, now you're just being nasty.
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So if you could magically get $30,000 or $35,000 and put it aside when you're 18,
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when you're 68, you're a millionaire.
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That's the power of compounding.
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It's the interest on your interest.
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Get out!
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I will when you give me my diamonds back.
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Your diamonds?
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They look like they're about to become the US government's diamonds.
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Now they're mine.
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So you can consider your $3 million debt repaid with interest.
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So the idea is you borrow money,
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you're paying the interest on it.
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But the payoff, the benefit from the money you bought,
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is so much better that the economy is better off for taking on this debt.
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I just got this super sweet-ass rad crotch rocket.
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I've always wanted one of these.
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But due to, you know, never having a job, I couldn't afford it until now.
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I got a really good deal on my lease.
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I'm paying 12% interest.
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It's one of the highest you can get.
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Let me ask you something.
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You're gonna put these good people in jail because they're proud of their country?
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Is that right?
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You got my lawyer on the phone?
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Standing by.
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You got bail money?
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With interest.
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Set them up!
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Since 2010, Social Security's cash flow has been negative,
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which is just a fancy way of saying that the agency isn't collecting enough money
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through taxes to cover what it's paying out.
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But all wasn't lost.
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There was still this huge trust fund behind Social Security,
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so they started tapping the interest on that fund.

interestnoun

  • ja興味、関心
  • enthe feeling of wanting to know or learn more about someone or something
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Do you guys know who Carl is?
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Uh, let's see, Alvin, Simon, Theodore...
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No.
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Well, Rachel's having drinks with him tonight.
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Oh, no.
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How can she do that when she's never shown any interest in you!
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Forget about her.
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He's right, man.
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Please. Move on. Go to China. Eat Chinese food.
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Of course, there they just call it "food."
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Applicant is attempting to blackmail interviewer, showing low moral character.
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Interviewer is threatening applicant with an arbitrary review process.
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Applicant is wasting everyone's time with stupid and inane accusations.
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Interviewer has suspect motives.
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Applicant has a head shaped like a trapezoid.
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Interviewer has turned off applicant's interest in Cornell.
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And they are going to go to the vastly superior Dartmouth.
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Any interest in joining our music group?
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We sing songs without any instruments.
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It's all from our mouths.
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"Dear John Ambrose, I hope this letter finds you well.
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Have you continued your interest in politics and diplomacy?
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I'm sure you're even more smart, considerate, and adorable..."
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What am I saying?
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- No, I'm not gay. - Uh-huh.
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It's just that, you know, you were—
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I mean, you were very unforgettable and—
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O'Malley, Yang, Grey, Stevens.
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We do get ready together in the mornings.
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There are locker rooms like this.
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It's funny to say.
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But because doctors spend a lot of time in books while in medical school,
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they're not the greatest at interacting with others,
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or maybe even showing interest in the opposite sex.
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So I've seen situations like this happen a lot,
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where someone's trying to make conversation,
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but they're not great at it, so it comes off very awkward.
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It's funny, but this is very accurate.
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I'm developing an obsessive interest in this murderer.
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And I think he may be the one.
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All right, so you have 2 daughters.
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Yes.
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How old are they?
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Five and 2 and 1/2 so —
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And does the 5 year old have any interest in basketball yet?
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She does.
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We got her a little goal at the house,
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so she gets shots up every once in a while.
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And look, Portia and I are starting a family too.
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Well, I actually thought maybe we could just provide the babies for you and Portia.
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Like, we could just hand you the babies.
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Because I have a lot of kids.
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Right.
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Yeah, and we have no interest in a family.

interestverb

  • ja興味を持たせる、興味を引く
  • ento excite the curiosity or grab the attention of
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So I thought Joey and I would be okay once we hung out.
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But it's like we don't even know how to be with each other anymore.
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I know it's tough now, but things will get better.
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How do you know that?
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What if it just gets worse, and worse, and worse,
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to the point where we can't even be in the same room with each other?
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I'm not great at the advice.
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Can I interest you in a sarcastic comment?
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Some cheese?
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Can I interest you folks in a miracle cure?
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Holy sh—
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Um... more tests?
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You know, hunting the negroes all day, you really build up an appetite.
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Do you know what I'm saying?
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Can I interest you two in some delicious beets?
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Can I interest you in a Whopper?
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You can get it to-go if you wanna eat it in your car and cry.