jacketnoun

  • jaジャケット、短い上着
  • ena piece of clothing worn on the top half of the body over a shirt, etc. that has arms and fastens down the front; a short, light coat

Examples

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Mute
1.
Where have you been?
2.
Just out.
3.
Had some lunch, just me.
4.
Little quality time with me.
5.
Hey, thanks for your jacket.
6.
7.
You can borrow it, by the way.
8.
- Oh, here are your keys, hon. - Okay.
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Mute
1.
- Who are you? - I'm Franco McCoy, I'm running CSI and forensics.
2.
You 2 must be detectives.
3.
I could tell because you look pretty buttoned up.
4.
We're both wearing leather jackets.
5.
And I won this hoodie for eating a big pizza.
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Mute
1.
Are you kidding me?
2.
No!
3.
Seriously, you've gotta come back in the bar right now.
4.
- You come back in the bar! - Megan, I don't even *bleep* know Claire!
5.
- Yeah, right! - I'm sorry! You left your jacket!
6.
Yeah, well, why don't you give it to your new, fat, ugly girlfriend?