specialadjective

  • ja特別の、特殊の
  • ennot ordinary; unusual or exceptional; extra; better or more than usual

Examples

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Mute
1.
Today's a very special day for me.
2.
And it's really not about me.
3.
It's about my grandkids.
4.
It's about my great-grandkids.
5.
I can come back here when I'm 100.
6.
And I can find that piece of cement and say, "That's me.
7.
Look, kids, your daddy left that face hole."
8.
I don't know.
9.
It's a good feeling.
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Mute
1.
Boy, I've got a special delivery for you.
2.
That's it!
3.
Alright, now, give me that precious look.
4.
Work the dolly, work the dolly.
5.
Work the umbrella.
6.
Come on, work the umbrella.
7.
Kinda screw around there, that's it, that's it.
8.
Give me that, a little more precious, got that.
9.
No. That! That's the money, that's the money. Yes.
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Mute
1.
Your mother always knew you were special.
2.
She believed you'd be the one to unite our 2 worlds.
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Mute
1.
Well, Sarge, what's it gonna be?
2.
Pictures of your kids or those suspenders?
3.
Terry can't throw his family away, but these are nice suspenders.
4.
Are they special in some kind of way?
5.
Damn, Amy, I told you about the leather yoke!
6.
Terry, you're clinging.
7.
Munkensmat.
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Mute
1.
What's in this pie?
2.
I don't know.
3.
- Butter, and eggs, and flour, and lime, and kiwi and— - Kiwi? Kiwi?
4.
You said it was a Key lime pie.
5.
No, I didn't.
6.
I said kiwi lime.
7.
That's what makes it so special.
8.
That's what's gonna kill me.
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Mute
1.
What made you so special?
2.
Nothing.
3.
I'm just a kid from Brooklyn.
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Mute
1.
What are those?
2.
Those?
3.
Those are very special.
4.
Burmese pearl drop earrings, set with emeralds and rare pigeon blood red rubies.
5.
They were worn by Queen Supayalat at her self-anointed coronation in 1878.
6.
How much?
7.
Having you wear one of my pieces is better publicity than I can buy.
8.
I'll let them go at cost.
9.
1.2 million.
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Mute
1.
I've been looking for a special operator like you for a while.
2.
Who are you? 
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Mute
1.
There's something special about this place.
2.
Long way from home on such a day.
3.
Times have been hard.
4.
We've been through some bad things.
5.
But helping people's what this place is all about.
6.
Thank you, but I can't stay.
7.
Then you need to come with us before that causeway closes,
8.
and you have to stay here in paradise forever.
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Mute
1.
Do you not know what death is?
2.
I totally know what it is.
3.
Don't be stupid.
4.
Let's back it up a little bit to talk about what hero I am.
5.
Batman, you have to know what — I mean, your parents were shot and killed.
6.
My parents were shot, yes, but they're alive, on a special farm.
7.
- Oh, boy. - They're on a farm?
8.
They're on a special happy farm, where they make buttermilk.
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Mute
1.
Once upon a time, I believed in love.
2.
Sure, I’d been hurt before.
3.
But I'd learned from that and I wanted to fight for a fresh start.
4.
The real thing this time.
5.
So, boy meets girl.
6.
Boy knows this is something special, and he thinks,
7.
"Let me do everything I can to make this right."
8.
So... I did.
9.
I was brave.
10.
I was vulnerable.
11.
I won her the old-fashioned way.