musclenoun

  • ja筋肉
  • ena tissue composed of cells or fibers that contracts to produce body movement

Examples

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Muscles.
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We have over 600 of them.
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They make up between 1/3 and 1/2 of our body weight,
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Look at those muscles, you're very, very strong, aren't you?
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Very strong,

Other meanings for muscle...

muscleverb

  • ja力ずくで
  • ento force
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How's he doing?
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Okay.
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Sure you don't want to use a smaller knife?
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I don't know, this is how I...
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I kind of muscle my way through it a little bit.
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I don't know who taught you but...
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It's not as elegant a process.
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He's produced a few minor successes like 'Rock of Ages,' 'Pawn Sacrifice,' and 'The 5th Wave.'
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But while most of his movies have been decently produced,
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they were decidedly not box office successes.
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This is fine for a hobbyist focused on a passion project.
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But a list of duds and semi-successes won't go far
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in helping an ambitious actor muscle his way back into the limelight.
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Under the leadership of their CEO Christian DeVille,
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they've become market leaders in everything:
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from agricultural goods to pharmaceuticals, from household appliances to industrial weaponry.
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You've probably heard their slogan.
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Hampton DeVille: we make everything.
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But now, they are attempting to muscle their way through the highly competitive tech industry.
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In a feature in Rolling Stone, it’s written,
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“He was once just another hockey-playing Catholic kid in the working-class Boston neighborhood.”
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But that kid grew into a man that became a crime lord in the underworld.
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That article tells us he muscled his way into that underworld and soon became a kingpin.