joinverb

  • ja加わる、加入する
  • ento be part of a group or organization

Examples

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10:07 / --:--
Mute
1.
Oh, it wasn't just me.
2.
We had a club.
3.
- You had a club? - That's right.
4.
The I Hate Rachel Green Club!
5.
Oh, my god.
6.
So, what, you all just joined together to hate me?
7.
Who else was in this club?
8.
Me...and Ross.
9.
No need to point, she knows who Ross is.
PLAY
9:39 / --:--
Mute
1.
Can I say I actually think the squad is a bit sexist because it's all about being equals?
2.
Mm-hmm.
3.
And yet no man has been asked to join the squad.
4.
And I actually find it degrading to men.
5.
- Do you, now? Mm. - Mm.
PLAY
0:43 / --:--
Mute
1.
Stanley. Earth to Stanley.
2.
- Not me. - Yes, you. Come on.
3.
- Stanley, put your little game down and join the group. - No.
4.
- Stanley, we're having a little brain — - Leave me alone.
5.
- Damn it. - We're having a brainstorm session.
6.
Did I stutter?
7.
Good. This is good.
8.
I'm going to grab a glass of water.
PLAY
0:25 / --:--
Mute
1.
He's gonna turn around and see us.
2.
Come on.
3.
- Sorry, sorry. - Oh, hey, guys, what's up?
4.
- You wanna join our acapella jam circle? - Oh, no.
5.
Are you guys 'Harry Potter' fans?
6.
I do not like where this is going.
7.
Three, four.
8.
Won't you come visit Hogwarts?
9.
I'll be alone dancing in Gryffindor.
10.
Harry's the best at the spells.
11.
And as for potions, Hermione does well.
12.
This is actually pretty funny.
13.
You gotta know Harry Potter.
PLAY
1:02 / --:--
Mute
1.
Aw, still mad, Quinn?
2.
Just 'cause we wouldn't let you join the science club?
3.
Why wouldn't you guys let her join?
4.
Girls and science go together like sodium hypochlorite and ammonia!
PLAY
0:24 / --:--
Mute
1.
Any interest in joining our music group?
2.
We sing songs without any instruments.
3.
It’s all from our mouths.
4.
Yikes.
PLAY
0:00 / --:--
Mute
1.
We're all very excited you're gonna be joining us.
2.
It'll be nice to have another MBA around here.
3.
I'm excited, too.
4.
Okay.
5.
Bye.
PLAY
3:18 / --:--
Mute
1.
Guys, guys, you realize we're being watched right now?
2.
First it's the cameras.
3.
Next it's gonna be choke collars and electrodes attached to our private areas.
4.
If you were smart, you'd join the rebellion,
5.
because we...are Anonymous!

Other meanings for join...

joinverb

  • ja〔複数の物が〕接合する、結び付く
  • ento connect or put together two or more things
PLAY
0:23 / --:--
Mute
1.
I'll give you folks some time.
2.
We have to pray.
3.
Come, pull it together, join hands.
4.
She's now in your heavenly hands, oh, Lord.
5.
We feel this love having her here with us.
6.
But we celebrate...
7.
Celebrate her passing knowing she is in a better —
8.
Son of a bitch!
PLAY
13:03 / --:--
Mute
1.
Transfer that to the outside.
2.
I can see the line, so I'll do that.
3.
- See the lines? I'll do that. - Mm-hmm.
4.
I'll just join those 2 up.