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pairverb

  • ja2人[2つ]ずつ組にする、1対にする
  • ento form into a pair, as by matching, joining, etc.

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So what I'm saying is vanilla yogurt is good,
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but pair it with a blueberry yogurt, and both of them taste even better.
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Tom, will you please tell the committee why we were kissing.
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An online dating site randomly paired us up.
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So, as a joke, I thought it would be funny to pretend you and I were dating.
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Steph's really pulling off your crop top.
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I mean, you never really made it work.
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I know.
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I never know what to pair it with.
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My family wasn't a craft family.
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Not the Millers, either.
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We are not a crafty bunch.
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This is so frustrating.
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I wish I were paired with you.
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Celery's delicious?
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- When paired with delicious, greasy chicken wings, of course! - Yeah, yeah, okay. Yeah, yeah, yeah, all right.

Other meanings for pair...

pairnoun

  • ja(結婚・婚約・交際中の)カップル
  • entwo people who are married, engaged, dating, or in a relationship
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So what next?
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Well, don't forget the pair do remain members of the royal family.
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But in time, Meghan and Harry could well take salaried jobs.
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Could we see Meghan back on screen?
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Could Harry cut a paycheck as a public speaker?
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Don't rule anything out.
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But it's not gonna be easy.
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The on-again, off-again couple collaborated on Rihanna's chart-topping hit 'Work' in 2016.
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And the chemistry between the pair was undeniable.
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Rihanna returned the favor by lending her vocals to Drake's April 2016 song 'Too Good.'
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But before fans could get too excited,
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Drake revealed on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' in May 2016 that he and Rihanna were just friends.
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Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder had great chemistry as Elena and Damon on 'The Vampire Diaries.'
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And it wasn't exactly shocking when the pair started dating in 2011.
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But not all celeb couples are built to last, and the romance was off by 2013.
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After 9 whole years of dating, Us Weekly was first to report that the pair have gone their separate ways.
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Although it hasn’t been publicly declared by Vanessa or Austin, a source told the outlet,
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"Vanessa has been telling those close to her about the breakup."
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And their breakup truly is a devastating blow,
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especially because these two were basically our last hope after enduring the year of celeb breakups in 2019.
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With so much going on and not a huge amount of time between relationships,
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maybe Tatum wasn't ready for another serious commitment so soon.
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Tatum might be a family man with joint custody of his daughter,
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but that doesn't mean that Jessie J was ready for the same level of commitment.
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When the pair split at the end of 2019, a source told In Touch,
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"Jessie is free-spirited and doesn't want to be tied down."

pairnoun

  • ja一組、対
  • ena set of two things or a group of two people that come together or are regarded as a unit
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- Danielle? - Yeah?
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Things that come in pairs.
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Things that come in pairs.
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Peas in a pod?
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I mean—
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Danielle, that to me was the easiest one.
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There's like shoes, socks, earrings, twins.
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This is a disaster.
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Come on, I mean, they're just earrings, right?
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We could get another pair, or we could make some new ones.
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In other news, we are just days away now from the start of a trial for NYPD detectives Jake Peralta and Rosa Diaz.
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They were arrested 2 months ago for a whole string of bank robberies.
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The pair are currently out on bail, but, if convicted, face up to 15 years in prison.
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Ellen, I love your underwear so much.
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I've worn them every day for probably 2 years since you first gave them to me.
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Mm-hmm.
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Same pair?
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- Well, I am starting to— You gave me 300 pairs or something like that. - I did.