liftverb

  • ja解除する
  • ento remove or end a rule, law, restriction, decision, ban, etc.

Examples

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You got to see this.
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I'm about to give Captain Holt his gift.
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Oh, did he lift his "no gift" policy?
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No, he didn't.
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But I figured out a way to buy him something and trick him into accepting it.
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So President Roosevelt decides to lift the ban on Christmas trees.
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And everyone is excited.
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Daddy, so this means we can have Christmas trees?
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We're gonna have Christmas trees every year for eternity.
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Hey, what am I doing here?
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You're home.
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Doctors thought you'd be more comfortable here.
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Plus, the quarantine's been lifted, so.
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What was that about?
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A job he's after.
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He wants me to lift the restraining order.
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Suspension's lifted.
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We're looking for a stolen nuclear missile.
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I'll take anything that gets me back in the field and away from these assholes.
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Neither the open contract nor the excommunicado will be lifted
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until you complete your task.

Other meanings for lift...

liftverb

  • ja持ち上げる、持ち上がる
  • ento raise or be raised to a higher position or level
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Then where do we take him?
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To e-vac!
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3, 2, 1, lift!
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Only gentlemen have lifted the cup.
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Men from fine schools, with fine clothes, fine lives.
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Imagine what it would mean to see men like us lift it.
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That's the dream.
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I'm actually not strong enough to lift a water cooler jug,
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so I always find a way to make Terry do it.
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Get Ryan.
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He needs to lift me.
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Are you strong enough to lift us?
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I'm pretty sure.
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I always wanted to break a bone.
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So if you drop me, I don't care.
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And 1, 2, up.
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Oh, dang, oh, dang, oh, dang.
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That was as last-minute as you can get!
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- What a performance! - Oh my!
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- It doesn't count, it doesn't count. - Why?
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- He didn't lift his arm. - No, he didn't.
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How do you think God stays in shape?
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How do you think those arms are so buff?
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I imagine him lifting squealing bundles of sinners, up and down, up and down.