seemverb

  • ja(…のように)見える、(…するように)思われる
  • ento appear to exist, be true, or be a certain way

Examples

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Mute
1.
You know, if you want, you can call her machine.
2.
And if she has a lot of beeps, that means she probably didn't get her messages yet.
3.
You don't think that makes me seem a little —
4.
Desperate, needy, pathetic?
5.
Ah, you obviously saw my personal ad.
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Mute
1.
"E..."
2.
Is for how "extremely" normal I find it that you 2... are together.
3.
And that 1 day, you might get married.
4.
And have children of your own.
5.
Dude, are you okay?
6.
Totally!
7.
Ross, you don't seem okay.
8.
I'm sorry, it must be the pressure of entertaining.
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Mute
1.
Okay, my boss, Joanna,
2.
when you left, she started asking questions about you.
3.
Liked what she saw, huh?
4.
Dug my action, did she?
5.
Checking out the Chan-Chan man.
6.
That was... surreal.
7.
Okay, what do you think?
8.
You interested at all?
9.
Yeah, she seemed cool, attractive.
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Mute
1.
Bureaucracy's not stupid.
2.
It's elegant.
3.
It's a beautiful puzzle waiting to be cracked.
4.
Every rule, every form has its purpose.
5.
It all fits together.
6.
And when the puzzle is solved and you take a step back and see the big picture,
7.
it's like staring into the face of God.
8.
- Hey. We moved up a spot. - Oh.
9.
You seem like a real nerd.
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Mute
1.
This is Billy Batson.
2.
Make sure you make him feel at home.
3.
They seem nice.
4.
But don't buy it.
5.
It gets real 'Game of Thrones' around here.
6.
Dude, just messing around.
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Mute
1.
I watched you push away one dude who seems to really like you
2.
and not this other dude who's living with his girlfriend.