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sort ofphrase

  • jaいくらか、多少、何と言えばいいか
  • enused to describe something approximately; ​to some extent but in a way that you cannot easily describe

Examples

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I'm sorry, alright?
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- I never meant for you to find out. - Oh, please! Please!
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You wanted to get caught!
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That is not true.
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Oh, so you just sort of happened to leave it in here?
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Did it ever occur to you that I might just be that stupid?
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You had the best high kick I've ever seen.
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Are you one of my lawyers?
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Yeah, sort of.
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Well, thank God, one of you has a brain.
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Unmute
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We have a sort of support group.
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Support group for what?
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The people who married into this family.
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Unmute
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Hey.
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Hey.
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This is Mr. Scott.
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Guilty.
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- Guilty as charged. - Ryan.
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Ryan Howard from the temp agency.
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Uh-huh.
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Daniqua sent me down to start today.
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Howard, like Moe Howard.
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Three Stooges.
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- Yep. - Watch this.
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This is Moe.
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Ah, right here.
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Three Stooges.
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High five.
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Oh, Pam.
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It's a guy thing, Pam.
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I'm sort of a student of comedy.
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Unmute
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Why do you use your name when you answer the phone?
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Oh, that's how Pam does it.
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I just copy her.
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She's sort of a living legend.
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Unmute
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We've started freefalling towards Earth.
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And that's when you get the 8x10 glossies of your whole life flashing before your eyes.
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And then the second one was tangled as well.
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And I saw my friends sort of popping off with their parachutes.
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And I'm still plummeting towards planet Earth.
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Unmute
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I think it's a made up name.
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You guys aren't very clever, huh?
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Guess what's inside.
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Curly Wurly, it seems like some sort of like a, maybe like a fruit thing.
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"I have a bit of a theory.
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What if, during the school trip,
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the buses got into some sort of freak accident and they all died?"
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What are we, in purgatory or something?
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So we live out our lives, and then die again, and then really die?
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We're in a warehouse.
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This is a totally built set.
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Yeah, this is a warehouse that they have—
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In a really janky part of town.
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Behind all of these walls is just plywood.
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I mean, it really does look like it was filmed on some sort of location,
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but they built everything from the ground up.