meanverb

  • jaの意味を表す
  • ento have something as its definition or to represent something

Examples

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Lyra, what do the symbols mean?
2.
It's clear they mean something, but I have no idea what.
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I just experimented with an unfamiliar acronym in public.
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3.
- What does it even mean? - Be right back.
4.
That has the same number of syllables as the acronym.
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What's the point?
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No, hi.
2.
I'm an honorary Brown Bird.
3.
What does that mean?
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Well, it means that I can sell cookies but I'm not invited to sleepovers.
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I can dial 911 at the press of a button, you know.
6.
Now, go away!
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Please, please.
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It's for a poor little girl who wants to go to space camp more than anything in the world.

Other meanings for mean...

meanverb

  • ja意味する
  • ento be of value or importance to somebody
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Does family mean nothing to you?
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Family means everything to me.
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Mom, I hope you know that you still mean a lot to me.
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And you're welcome to come back anytime.
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Pheebs...
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If she could come back as a couch, we'd really appreciate it.
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This company means a lot to me.
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Yeah, sure, Dad.
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So, fine. Keep it.
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If you hated the bracelet so much, Chandler, you should've just said so.
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Well, doesn't the fact that I wore the bracelet even though I hated it,
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say something about our friendship and how much it means to me?
4.
Well, what about the fact that you insulted the bracelet and you made fun of me?
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Okay, well, that's the part where I'm a wank.
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Thank you all for being here today.
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It really means a lot to us.
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Thank you, especially, to those of you who have been here
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on the 16th of August for every single year
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since our beautiful little baby girl was born.