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similaradjective

  • ja類似した、同様の
  • enalmost the same as someone or something else; alike but not identical

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The Sith and the Jedi are similar in almost every way,
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including their quest for greater power.
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Are they gonna be looking at our desks?
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Also unrelated, someone left a bunch of swords on my desk.
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I have a similar question about browser histories.
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- Just throw your computer away. - Roger that.
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Your 5 predecessors were, by design, based on a similar predication.
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While the others experience this in a very general way, your experience is far more specific vis-à-vis love.
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Trinity!
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- Okay. - I have to explain mine too.
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- Oh, we're just showing it. - Oh, okay.
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Ah, wow.
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Would you agree?
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I like that, alright.
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- Yes. - "I think we all have similar sense of humor."
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What a diplomatic answer.
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I would not deliver him up to them.
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I am offering him the same protection that I would offer any of you.
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In similar circumstances, we are a family.
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And even in this fucked up day and age, that means something.
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So we're gonna deal with this as a family.
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I don't really know 'cause I've only done 2 songs with her.
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I've never really done any other studio time.
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But I think she's quite a similar writer.
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I think she writes from her own personal experiences and tries to make the songs as honest as possible.
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That's pretty fun to be able to do stuff like that with a friend, right?
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Absolutely.
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I mean, it's been so nice having someone of a similar age and gender
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to sort of go through this crazy life together.
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All right then, let's do some questions.
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I think I would collaborate best with Zayn
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because we do really similar type of music.