mightnoun

  • ja力、権力
  • enstrength, power, capacity, or ability to accomplish something

Examples

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Do you consider yourself a patriot?
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I love this country with all my might.
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Welcome to Syria.
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If your country needed you to lie to your friends, your family, your wife,
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would you do it?
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I will be a buyer working for the government.
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It was a magnet all the way to the top.
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So I would be completely covered except for the neck.
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And then I pulled that little silk thread.
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And I left my arm behind me.
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And the 2 girls, on a count and a word, yank with all their might, you see?
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But the thing is, when I pulled that time, it didn't come undone.
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It went into a knot.
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And— Yes. "Oh."
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I think that should be a bigger "Oh."
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Oh!

Other meanings for might...

mightauxiliary verb

  • ja〜かもしれない
  • enused to express possibility
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If you had been a gentleman,
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and maybe asked me on a date,
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I might have said yes.
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That's going to work?
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She said it might, but it's all I got, man.
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Who am I? Am I Michael Scott?
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I don't know.
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I might just be a basketball machine.
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I have 1 idea.
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It’s so crazy, it just might work.
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You’re gonna crash the car into the plane like Liam Neeson in 'Taken 3'?
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He did that in 'Taken 3,' huh?
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We must be on the list there somewhere.
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Not expecting anyone new today.
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Didn't even know there's a shuttle coming in.
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Do you mind if I take a look?
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It might just be the spelling.
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What if Meredith was taking her smoking break below that window?
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You know what would have happened?
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The shards of glass would have shaved her face right off.
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And yes, it might have been funny, but it also would have been incredibly tragic.
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If we give the babies, they might leave us alone.
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No.
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I stand with Baba Voss!