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stareverb

  • ja〔人が目を見開いて〕じっと見る、凝視する
  • ento look at someone or something for a long time, usually with the eyes wide open

Examples

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6:10 / --:--
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Okay, this is Freddie Benson proceeding with test number 3 of application MoodFace.
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Subject: Sam Puckett.
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Alright, Sam, just stare at the PearPad straight on and keep your head still.
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Yep.
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0:05 / --:--
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That man's still staring at us.
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Should we call a grown-up?
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I got this.
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1:50 / --:--
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I know. I mean, why can't parents just stay parents?
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Why do they have to become people?
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Why do they have —
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Why...
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can't you stop staring at my breasts?
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0:14 / --:--
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I don’t need to talk. I’m good.
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Stop staring at me, Will, alright, I can feel it.
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It’s weird and it’s not gonna work.
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2:30 / --:--
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Dillman thinks he knows everything about me as a person, but there's one thing he doesn't know.
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I'm about to take him down — Oh, my God, he's staring right at us.
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Quick, pretend like I was saying something else.
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0:17 / --:--
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- Nice work. - Good. Thanks, dad.
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Why is everyone staring at me?
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You just called Captain Holt "dad."
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You said, "Thanks, dad."
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1:13 / --:--
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That man is staring.
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That's former City Councilman Frank Schnable.