killverb

  • ja殺す
  • ento cause something or someone to die

Examples

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First time I killed someone was the best day of my li—
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No, no, no.
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These lacerations are consistent with an animal attack.
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Look at the spaces between the claws.
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This woman was killed by a Bengal tiger.
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Whoa.
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Hey, don't worry.
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We got this.
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We still have our alibis.
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We weren't at the first 3 robberies.
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Sure, they weren't at the first 3 robberies.
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- But that's just so they'd have airtight alibis. - Uh-oh.
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They were only at that last robbery 'cause we were short on manpower.
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The other 2 guys disappeared.
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I think those bastards killed them.
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- Come on! - What?
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It's the heat.
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I was baking under those lamps and so was the disease.
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Syphilis can be killed by temperature.
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What's in this pie?
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I don't know.
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- Butter, and eggs, and flour, and lime, and kiwi and— - Kiwi? Kiwi?
4.
You said it was a Key lime pie.
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No, I didn't.
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I said kiwi lime.
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That's what makes it so special.
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That's what's gonna kill me.
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The wizarding and non-wizarding worlds have been at peace for over a century.
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Grindelwald wants to see that peace destroyed.
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You want me to hunt him down?
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To kill him?
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Someone's gotta go out there and kill that feathery bastard.
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Rosa, you're always looking for an excuse to behead something.
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Don't look at me.
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Terry wastes all that time building muscles, make him do it.
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Oh, come on! You all know these are just for show.
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Ugh, PBS.
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- What's wrong with PBS? - What's right with them?
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Why don't you like PBS, Pheebs?
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Okay. 'Cause right after my mom killed herself, I was just in this really bad place personally.
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So, I just thought that it'd make me feel better if I wrote to 'Sesame Street,'
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'cause they were so nice when I was a little kid.
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No one ever wrote back.
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Well, you know, a lot of those Muppets don't have thumbs.

Other meanings for kill...

killverb

  • ja卓越する
  • ento excel
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Hey, Ellen!
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Well, why are you — What are you doing?
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Don't mind me.
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I just came to see the show.
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Great show, by the way, so far.
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- You're killing it. - Thank you. Thank you.
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James?
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Bobby!
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I haven't seen you since high school!
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Yeah, you look like you're doing well for yourself!
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Yeah!
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Well, I run my own business now.
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And, just bought this house.
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Got a Tesla.
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I'm killing it frankly.
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You're a...food delivery guy — That's cool, that's neat!
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With the remix that we did with Tyga, that came about pretty naturally and really fast, actually.
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He's one of the fastest writers I know.
3.
Same day, he sent it right back and killed it.
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It was amazing.
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Out of all of these rappers, I would have to say I cosign Chinese Kitty.
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Just because I know her come-up, and she's, like, really good, like she's actually killing it.
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I love the other people too.
4.
If I could cosign all of them, I would.
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Get a feel for the car, see what you think.
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Stock angle, too.
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Yeah, I gotta get used to that.
4.
Alright. Man, you killing it!

killverb

  • ja(消耗品を)使い切る
  • enof a consumable product, to finish or use up
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I killed the water, I take it right to the err.
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Crushed, then, the cup over my head.
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And I spit the excess in the air.
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The pastrami is so thick and so fatty,
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that the dill and the pickled cucumber cuts through that richness.
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You killed that.
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You ate it faster than I did.
5.
Mm-hmm!

killverb

  • ja苦痛を与える
  • ento have a negative effect on something or someone, like pain, destruction, or suffering
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Oh, you got a band.
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Stop!
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Stop!
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No trumpets! Not today!
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My head is killing me!
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Hit the tequila a little early, huh?
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I'm not hungover, Hitchcock.
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I've got a tension headache.
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I've got the Lieutenant's exam tonight.
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I'm stress-eating like crazy.
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I had 10 hard-boiled egg yolks this morning.
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Gross.
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Oh, no, it's midnight.
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I must go.
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Oh!
4.
Because the spell will wear off and you'll turn back into a dirty peasant?
5.
What?
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No, my glass slippers are killing me.
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And I wanna go home and eat a pizza.
8.
What you said was insulting.
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This is sort of fun, eh, Hef?
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Yeah, big fun.
3.
And 5 and 6 and stretch and stretch.
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Come on, let me see that sweat! Let me see that sweat coming out!
5.
And 3 and 4 and 5...
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They're trying to kill me.
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And sweat and sweat. Now turn.
8.
Oh, you all are doing so fantastic.
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I've got to get off the road.
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These rocks are killing me.
3.
Oh, no.
4.
That was bad.