sprayverb

  • ja噴霧する、スプレーをかける
  • ento force liquid out of a container so that it comes out in a stream of very small drops and is quickly scattered through the air

Examples

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Mute
1.
Now, prepare to be de-skunkified.
2.
- Hold up! Please hold up! - Whoa! Whoa!
3.
What are you gonna spray us with?
4.
A chemical compound I created to neutralize the effect of skunk smell.
5.
Well, what if it's dangerous?
6.
Yeah, I cannot risk anything happening to this face.
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Mute
1.
Wow, Boyle!
2.
You've got more moves than Bobby Fischer, who I saw a documentary about last week.
3.
Flattery will get you everywhere, Jake.
4.
Follow me.
5.
I figure we got 15 minutes before the pheromones wear off and she realized I took the key.
6.
I was spraying them like a skunk out there.
7.
Wow.
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Mute
1.
I’m sensing tension.
2.
This will help.
3.
What ya doing?
4.
Spraying water all over your face.
5.
It’s energizing, right? Do you feel better now?
6.
No, I don’t!
7.
Because my wife is cheating on me.
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Mute
1.
Oh, it smells really good, too.
2.
Yeah, it's Roger Federer for Men.
3.
I sprayed some in there.
4.
Andy, whoa!
5.
- Thank you very much. - It's got pheromones in it.