recentadjective

  • ja最近の、近代の
  • enhappening or beginning not long ago; modern; new

Examples

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1.
According to a recent study, the physical act of smiling can improve your mood.
2.
I suggest we give it a shot.
3.
Hmm?
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Now you all try.
5.
Big smiles.
6.
Bigger.
7.
Bigger!
8.
Great.
9.
Now, we just have to stay like this for the next 2 hours.
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1.
Why don't you guys go have fun?
2.
That was really nice, Jeb.
3.
Well, in light of recent events,
4.
I think the boys should hold on to their childhood soul for as long as they can.
5.
You're just so thoughtful.
6.
That's why I married you.
7.
Oh.
8.
Now, is that the only reason?
9.
No.
10.
You also had a car.
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1.
No guys can we just drop it?
2.
Okay, fine. Fine. I'll drop it.
3.
Thank you.
4.
Lucy, look up Gibson's most recent search.
5.
No. No.
6.
Retrieving Gibson's most recent Google search.
7.
How do you fly a space plane?
8.
Are you *bleep* serious?
9.
You're the pilot.
10.
I know that.
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1.
Tao, have you ever shoplifted?
2.
Oh, yeah.
3.
I'm probably the most recent.
4.
I think I regularly shoplifted until I was 25.
5.
Twenty-six?
6.
All the time, all the time.
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1.
He's one of the good ones.
2.
He went to the women's march.
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- Not the most recent, but the big one, the one we all went to. - Yeah.