regretverb

  • ja~を残念[遺憾・気の毒]に思う、後悔する
  • ento feel sad or sorry about something that you have or have not done

Examples

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1:02 / --:--
Mute
1.
"Death Wish."
2.
That's what everyone calls me 'cause I'm always first through the door.
3.
Mm-hmm.
4.
You go through doors normally, and everyone calls you "Pineapples."
5.
My grandma calls me "Pineapples," and I regret telling you that.
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2:13 / --:--
Mute
1.
What's going on?
2.
Oh.
3.
I gave them the puppy and it made them so happy that I decided I'm gonna carry their baby.
4.
Phoebe—
5.
No, no, no, I know.
6.
You and I are totally different people, though.
7.
And this is a totally different situation.
8.
And I know that I am not gonna regret this.
9.
Oh, I understand all that.
10.
It's just... that was my puppy.
11.
Oh.
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1:06 / --:--
Mute
1.
I don't regret staying at home and being your mom.
2.
But I regret not getting my degree.
3.
That's why somebody's mom just enrolled in college.
4.
Beep-beep-beep, it's me.
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0:37 / --:--
Mute
1.
Wait, Veronica.
2.
Are we seriously not gonna talk about what happened between us?
3.
Archie, we had a moment— beautiful but fleeting moment.
5.
We crashed, in separate beds.
6.
I don't regret anything we said, Veronica, or did.
7.
Me neither, but I think you might be boyfriend-worthy.
8.
I agree.
9.
Let's test that theory at the homecoming dance.
10.
Unfortunately, I don't have the bandwidth to explore anything with anyone right now.
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2:09 / --:--
Mute
1.
You know what's about to happen.
2.
Say something.
3.
If you don't, you'll regret it.
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10:36 / --:--
Mute
1.
Do you regret it, not having children?
2.
Do you ever regret having them?