normaladjective

  • ja標準の、普通の、通常の
  • enordinary or usual

Examples

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Mute
1.
Here, switch seats with me.
2.
Oh, wow, your butt's really warm.
3.
My butt's normal. Your butt's the weird one.
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Mute
1.
This school is not normal.
2.
Really?
3.
You're not normal either.
4.
I've seen what you can do on stage.
5.
You're special.
6.
You're fantastic.
7.
You belong at this school.
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Mute
1.
I've been thinking, I want this baby to have a normal life.
2.
Our child will be heir to the kingdom.
3.
Still, I went to public school and I was riding the subway by myself when I was 10.
4.
We'll find a new definition of normal together.
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Mute
1.
Just because I ate humans doesn't mean that I'm inhuman, Jake.
2.
- Caleb, come on. That's not what I meant. - I'm just kidding.
3.
I'm probably friends with the guy online.
4.
What's his deal?
5.
- Well, he's been murdering young men and cutting out their hearts. - Ew.
6.
What? I would never eat a heart.
7.
I stick to the normal stuff — butts and thighs.
8.
One time, I ate a foot, but it was nasty.
9.
Yeah, I can see that.
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Mute
1.
You know, you think I'm so happy and normal.
2.
No, I'd never accuse you of being happy and normal.
3.
'Cause I'm not!
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Mute
1.
I meet normal people all the time.
2.
No, you don’t.
3.
Everyone you meet is on best behavior.
4.
Bowing and scraping, that’s not normal.
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Mute
1.
We're prisoners in our own home.
2.
- Acting like we're normal. - We are normal.
3.
Oh, my God, you think this is normal?