invisibleadjective

  • ja目に見えない、不可視の
  • enthat cannot be seen; not visible to the eye

Examples

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Mute
1.
Ross, honey, this is very nice, but I've got a crisis.
2.
Yeah, but I've got couscous!
3.
Honey, honey, I'm sorry.
4.
I know it's our anniversary,
5.
but I told you on the phone, I don't have time to stop.
6.
Okay, you don't have to stop.
7.
I'm invisible.
8.
I'm not here.
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Mute
1.
What’s a wrackspurt?
2.
They’re invisible creatures.
3.
They float in your ears and make your brain go fuzzy.
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Mute
1.
- Are they going to kill our parents? - No.
2.
No one's going to kill our parents.
3.
The letter didn't say anything about killing anyone.
4.
It's just a date and a list of names.
5.
Written in invisible ink by a man who's about to seize the crown and kill anyone who might get in his way.
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Mute
1.
I've mastered the ability of standing so incredibly still
2.
that I've become invisible to the eye.
3.
Watch.
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Mute
1.
Can you make dogs invisible?
2.
Spoony, that's not even a real superpower.
3.
Perhaps a demonstration for Spoony?
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Mute
1.
Who's that?
2.
Well, that's the question, isn't it?
3.
I cross-referenced every facial recognition database there is: NSA, MSS, Mossad.
4.
Either this guy is completely invisible to all surveillance cameras and spy satellites,
5.
or he's managed to exploit the most secure computer systems ever designed.
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He's a hacker.
7.
If I'm right, he's the hacker.
8.
CIA's been chasing their tails for years trying to find this guy.
9.
The online fanboys, they call him Job.
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But nobody knows for sure who he really is.