kidnoun

  • ja子ども
  • ena child or a young person

Examples

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Mute
1.
Robbie, did you just call my son a dud?
2.
Oh, no, no, I think he meant to say "dude."
3.
No, no, I meant "dud."
4.
No, he's a good kid.
5.
But he'll never be good at basketball.
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Mute
1.
Your dad was traveling so much that year that he made me this video.
2.
How's Dion doing?
3.
I miss my little man.
4.
I'm telling you, Nicole, that kid is something special.
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Mute
1.
What made you so special?
2.
Nothing.
3.
I'm just a kid from Brooklyn.
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Mute
1.
You have an invite.
2.
Her mama heard we moved into town.
3.
Go karts are for kids, mom.
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Mute
1.
Hey, check it out.
2.
We’re here.
3.
Welcome to Keyhouse.
4.
I could never get your father to talk about his life here.
5.
My kids need a home.
6.
Does it have to be this home?
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Mute
1.
Hi.
2.
I need a fake ticket to Yemen.
3.
- One ticket to Yemen? - Oh, no, no.
4.
No. No, no, no.
5.
I just need a pretend ticket.
6.
I'm sorry, sir. I don't understand.
7.
Look, what would you give to a kid if he wanted a ticket to play with?
8.
Are you traveling with a child?
9.
No.
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Mute
1.
Hey, girls, who's the coolest person you've ever met in your entire lives?
2.
You are!
3.
And who's the most handsome dude in all the land, even objectively more than Idris Elba?
4.
You are!
5.
Man, kids are awesome.
6.
You can tell them literally anything, and they'll just say it.
7.
I know, right?
8.
Check it out.
9.
Who was the first female Congresswoman?
10.
Jeannette Rankin.
11.
Oh, that's fun.
12.
They won't get teased for that.