milenoun

  • ja〔距離の〕マイル
  • ena unit used for measuring distance; equal to 1,760 yards, 1,609 metres, or 5,280 feet

Examples

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Mute
1.
This is really our house?
2.
It's been in the family for a while.
3.
- It's so quiet. - Better be.
4.
Nearest neighbors are over a mile away.
5.
Only a mile?
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Mute
1.
How far away is the sun?
2.
Uh, 93 million miles.
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- Is it? - Yeah.
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And the diameter of the sun is 870,000 miles,
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which makes it 109 times wider than the Earth and 333,000 times heavier than the Earth.
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Shut up about the sun. Shut up about the sun!
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Mute
1.
Well, I was just thinking that maybe I should keep a salami in my pocket...
2.
- Great idea. - ...in order to feed the bears.
3.
Especially if you think that life would be better without legs.
4.
How do you mean?
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Black bears can smell a salami at 5 miles, Michael.
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What are you thinking?
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And they run faster than a horse.
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So if you were thinking about outrunning them on a horse, I would try a cheetah.
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You in tight pants, Michael, are a salami to a black bear.
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Mute
1.
- Monica got stung by a jellyfish. - Alright.
2.
Alright.
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I got stung.
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Stung bad.
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I couldn't stand.
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I couldn't walk.
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We were 2 miles from the house.
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We were scared and alone.
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We didn't think we could make it.
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I was in too much pain.
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And I was tired from digging a huge hole.
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Mute
1.
Now, the average foot speed of a Corgi is 10 miles per hour,
2.
which means, with every passing second, that slippery bastard gets farther away.
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Mute
1.
Here's what's going to happen.
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We're going to go to the lake.
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We're going to get on a boat.
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We're going to drive 1 mile out from shore.
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Cody Jones is going to get in the water.
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No flippers, no flotation device.
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And you have to swim from the boat 1 mile to the shore.
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Let's go to the lake.
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Not even going to break a sweat.
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Nothing like a mile swim in December.
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Mute
1.
Oh, today, we saw a junkyard dog attacking the bones of a rotisserie chicken.
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Nature.
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I've been here 9 years.
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Now all of a sudden, I'm supposed to park half a mile away.
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I lost a penny out of my loafers, Oscar.
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I will quit.
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As God is my witness, I will quit if this is not fixed.
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Some of us like the walk more than others.
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Hurts like hell.
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Mute
1.
All right, it looks like you're gonna be safe from running a mile,
2.
but you might need to... eat a whole banana!
3.
Cory, you seem to be excited about that.
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It's great. I love bananas.
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Oh, my friend, I'm not sure you're reading it right because it does say, "Eat a whole banana."
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Mute
1.
What's up, guys?
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Cory up.
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Let's do this.
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Oh, boy.
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And there she goes, folks.
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Go, baby!
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Oh!
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Go!
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Go!
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Go!
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- Soar straight and soar far! - Oh my!
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No.
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Let's go!
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Oh my!
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Let's go!
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Go!
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Go!
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I've been waiting my whole life for the let's go!
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Dude, look.
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It's still flying.
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Incredible!
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If anyone should get a plane flight that far, it's the let's go guy.
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Yeah.
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Unbelievable.
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That's why we came here.
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Four hundred ninety yards, which, if my math is correct,
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isn't that a third of a mile?
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Yeah.
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Wow.
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Mute
1.
Caleb was in 'Lion King' on Broadway.
2.
Up to how many miles away can a lion's roar be heard?
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I'm going to say 1... 2 miles.
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Is it 1 or 2?
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Because she didn't— no, she mentioned I was in the 'Lion King.'
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You remember, I was in 'Lion King' for 2 years.
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Yes.
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Yes.
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Do you know that, I'm in 'Lion King' for 2 years,
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or did you not know?
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That has nothing to do with anything.
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Answer the question!
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We're thinking!