lifenoun

  • ja命、生命
  • enthe capacity of living beings to grow, reproduce, function, and continually change, or the state of being alive

Examples

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I wasn't trying to save Ross.
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Okay?
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My sandwich was next to Ross.
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Alright?
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I was trying to save my sandwich.
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From a bullet?
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I know it doesn't make much sense—
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Much sense?
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Chandler, it was instinct, okay?
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I just went for it.
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So you risked your life for a sandwich?
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I know it sounds crazy but, Chandler, this is the greatest sandwich in the world.
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Every life comes with a death sentence.
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But until then, who’s in charge?
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Me.
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That’s how I live my life.
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I can't believe you brought her.
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I can't believe you brought Christine.
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I can't believe you shacked up with a bitch.
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I just wanna say, for the record,
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I just needed to an upgrade in my life, Deanna.
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- You son of a — - To me, please.
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I'm sorry.
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You're the son of a bitch.
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Hey, it's Hannah, Hannah Baker.
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Settle in, because I'm about to tell you the story of my life.
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More specifically, why my life ended.
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And if you're listening to this tape,
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you're one of the reasons why.
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- Where are you going? - I just have to go!
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All right? Do I need a reason, huh?
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I mean, I have things to do with my life.
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I have a jam-packed schedule.
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And I am late for keeping up with it, okay?
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Everything's off.
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Oh no, we're in the upside down!
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That's right.
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I'm gonna tell you the same thing they told me when they removed my testicle.
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Welcome to your new life.
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Nuh-uh! I'm not gonna let the night shift win!
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Jim.
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I wanted to apologize for how I treated you last year.
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I lost sight of myself, and now that I've quit the rat race,
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I realize there is so much more to life than being the youngest VP in the company's history.
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I've even started volunteering, giving back to the community.
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That's great.
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I kind of have some dad issues with certain people.
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- Holt. - Me. - Raymond.
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Yeah, but not just him.
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It's every male authority figure from my entire life.
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Hey, Jake, can you move 'Legends of the Fall' from new releases into drama?
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You got it, Dad.
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Craig was only 6 weeks older than me.

Other meanings for life...

lifenoun

  • ja命、生命
  • enliving things
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It is not our way to be judge, jury, and executioner for people who are not our own.
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But didn't life start right here on this continent?
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So ain't all people your people?
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Why are these people so into eggs?
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I mean, they're just eggs.
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Everyone should be into eggs.
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Nature's most elegant structure.
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In here, all life begins,
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and all life ends.
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I believe we go back into an egg when we die.
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But where I choose to protect the eggs, the order desires only to collect them.
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They have the egg madness!
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Thra.
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At its center, the Crystal of Truth.
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The source of all life.
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The Skekis have corrupted it.
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And now our world is at risk from The Darkening.
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Animal life on this planet started 600 million years ago.
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The earliest animals were fish and other small simple sea creatures,
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then came insects, then reptiles
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and finally, around 200 million years ago,
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mammals joined the party.
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As of 2018, around 380 million tonnes of plastic will have been produced worldwide.
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And much of this finds its way into the ocean.
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If the world as a whole does not address this issue in 2019,
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much of our marine life will die.
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Promession, for example, freeze-dries and pulverizes the body,
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creating a powder that can turn into compost when mixed with oxygen and water.
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There are also green burials that use special materials,
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such as biodegradable caskets, urns that sprout trees, and burial suits that grow mushrooms.
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Eternal reefs take that concept to the depths of the ocean
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using a mixture of ashes and cement to create marine habitats for sea life.
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Look at how old the universe is.
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Yeah, nearly 14 billion years.
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And if the chemical ingredients of life on Earth are found everywhere,
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then it'd be egocentric to think that we're the only life in the universe.
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Earth spent most of its history just with microbial life on it.
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So that means chances are, if you're going to find life, it'll probably be microbial.
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But complex life, that'll be rarer.
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That's only been around a few hundred million years on Earth.
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Hmm, "rarer" — I wonder if that's a word.
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Who cares?
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Ladies, you can't vote either.
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But we do all the cooking, cleaning, and create human life!
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Yeah, see, you got a little too much on your plate,
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so just leave it to the men to do the voting.