periodnoun

  • ja〔一定の〕期間、時期
  • ena particular length of time with a beginning and an end, such as a time in a person's life, in history, etc.

Examples

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1.
What are you looking for over there?
2.
What are any of us really looking for?
3.
- I'm looking for that special someone who's going to change my life... - That's deep. That is deep.
4.
for a period of, like, 20 minutes.
5.
Sure.
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1.
Babe, are we sure we don't want another one?
2.
Isn't it a little late?
3.
I thought you already got your vasectomy.
4.
No, I got my consultation.
5.
There's a 1-month waiting period in New York.
6.
Yeah, it's to prevent buyer's remorse.
7.
Yeah, more like pliers remorse.
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1.
Do you know what is special about the hours between 3:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. on the night of March 12th?
2.
No, sir.
3.
That was the only 2-hour period in which you did not send an email to Mr. Hirsch with the title,
4.
“You can't make a Tom-let without breaking some Gregs.”
5.
You sent the same email to him 67 times in 1 evening.
6.
I guess it was a joke.
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Mute
1.
Would y'all help me trick my boyfriend into getting a tan?
2.
Well, honey, we can't put him in there for just a short period of time,
3.
and he's gonna have to fill out the card.
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Mute
1.
Prior to pairing day,
2.
you have been allocated a short farewell period with an individual of your choosing.
3.
A farewell period?
4.
Like, I get to say goodbye to someone?
5.
That is correct.
6.
Data shows this can help provide psychological closure.
7.
Frank. I choose Frank.
8.
Your choice has been registered.
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Mute
1.
The '80s were ridiculous.
2.
I was there.
3.
Collars and pushed up sleeves and multicolored outfits,
4.
and there's just a lot of stuff going on.
5.
Kirston Mann has taken us through all of those different time periods.
6.
Punk.