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intoverb

  • ja関心を持っている
  • eninterested in; participating in

Examples

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Unmute
1.
Hey, you remember Teddy.
2.
Oh, yeah. Hey, man. How are you?
3.
Great solve. Can I buy you a pilsner?
4.
They have awesome pilsners here.
5.
Teddy's really into pilsners.
PLAY
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Unmute
1.
You are so into this.
2.
Alright, well, maybe I'm enjoying it a little bit.
3.
I mean, I'm getting pretty good at it.
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Unmute
1.
- Jack, what about you? - Do you remember?
2.
Well, a couple of kisses come to mind.
3.
The first one, I don't know if it counts as a first kiss.
4.
Because I would heard that she was really into me,
5.
and then I went for the kiss, and I sent out the tongue,
6.
and there was just a closed, closed mouth door.
7.
And I realized quickly, this is not happening.
8.
She's had a change of heart.
9.
And I sent the tongue back in, and I closed up shop.
10.
And then I was just emotionally destroyed.
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Unmute
1.
- Are you shocked? - No.
2.
I get it.
3.
I'm into punk.
4.
My name is Enn.
5.
Zan.
6.
Tell me more about yourself, Zan.
7.
Why? We've probably met a thousand times.
8.
What's punk?
9.
Like The Ramones, or The Sex Pistols, or The New York Dolls.
10.
Well, some people don't count The Dolls, but it's like anarchy.
11.
Now that is punk.
PLAY
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Unmute
1.
Hey, watch it, buddy.
2.
You watch it.
3.
We have 40 tons of overalls to unload.
4.
Overalls?
5.
Whoa, you're into overalls, too?
6.
I've been looking for the perfect pair, but it's so hard to find the right —
7.
Chest pocket!
8.
Partner, follow my lead.
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Unmute
1.
Sounds like a...EMDP-40.
2.
Nah. That's a GE.
3.
A P40 is much higher-pitched.
4.
You're into trains?
5.
- I have been my whole life - Wow.
6.
I'm rebuilding a turn-of-the-century steam engine in my slaughterhouse.
7.
- That's so cool. - Yeah.
8.
Wow. I'd love to take a look at that.
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Unmute
1.
You two are totally into each other.
2.
Phoebe, he's a friend of my parents.
3.
He's 20 years older than me.
4.
Okay, so what?
5.
You're just never gonna see him again?
6.
Not never. I mean...
7.
I'm gonna see him tomorrow at my eye appointment.
8.
Didn't you just get your eyes checked?
9.
Well, yeah, but, you know, 27 is a dangerous eye age.
PLAY
7:21 / --:--
Unmute
1.
Okay what is it?
2.
You have to do that dare since you already won.
3.
- I'm into that okay.
4.
Stand outside and scream whatever your opponent requests.
PLAY
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Unmute
1.
It's already really sour.
2.
I really don't know how I'm gonna move forward.
3.
- Oh, it's really sour.
4.
I'm into it, though. I really like sour food.
PLAY
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Unmute
1.
Well, from what I hear, Otis — 'cause every time you're here, or Jason's here —
2.
- I hear that he's into grown-up music, since he was a little boy. - Yeah, yeah.
3.
What's he into now?
4.
Now, he's into the Beastie Boys, which we approve of wholeheartedly.
5.
Gosh. He also is into weirdly — I don't know how he discovered it —
6.
but Ibiza-style techno-spring-break-dance-party pop.
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Unmute
1.
When everyone dies, there's this implication that's like,
2.
"Oh, they're basically going to heaven."
3.
Susan, doesn't die in the train wreck.
4.
She doesn't get to go, it's implied, because now she's into lipstick, and boys, and going to parties.
5.
What's wrong with parties?
6.
- Yeah! - I get the other two.