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stingverb

  • jaヒリヒリさせる、ズキズキさせる
  • ento feel or cause physical or emotional pain

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Better?
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Still stings.
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Is that a new zit?
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What is wrong with you?
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I was just asking!
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When I first heard Vance's comments, they stung.
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But when he called to offer his apology and a supporting role in his next movie,
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I thought, "Does not the Torah teach us to forgive?"
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As it is written, "Schmear, don't smear."
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I'd been stung by a jellyfish once in Hawaii.
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And I was on a— We were fishing for the day with some friends of mine who were all like, "I'll pee on you."
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But it turns out that's actually just something that somebody made up because they thought it was funny.
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And it's actually— What you're supposed to do is put somebody in a really hot bath, and get a sponge, and gently move the little—
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- 'Cause there's these tiny little needles that are in you when one of them stings you. - Oh, is that right?
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- You brush them out. Yeah. - Brush them out.
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Okay, so nobody needs to pee on anybody if you get stung.
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Do you feel like your kids think about you and your wife differently?
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The new phase is my oldest daughter likes now saying that mommy is her favorite.
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And so I'm just trying to let that slide off of me.
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- Yeah. - Not let it sting me a little bit.
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I mean, it stings a little bit.
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Yeah.
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Just a tiny bit.
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- Do you wanna try some? - Can I try some?
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Do you wanna try some right now?
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- Yes. - Okay.
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Just gonna click it up.
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Oh, my God.
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- Is this supposed to sting? - Oh, yeah.
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Oh, my God!
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So there is — It's actually a very ancient remedy for arthritis, and inflammation, and scar tissue,
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which is they sting you with a bee.
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And then if you have bad scarring or you have inflammation, then apparently the bee sting has all these amazing healing properties.
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So they volunteered me to do the bee treatment.
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- I just want you to feel this strength. - Because it constricts, so—
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- Okay, all right. - I want you to feel like strength and the weight.
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Don't they smell fear?
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- They feel fear don't they? - No, they can't.
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Actually pulling scent particles out of the air with that tongue.
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That's why snakes flick their tongue.
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It's not 'cause they're trying to sting you or something like that.

Other meanings for sting...

stingnoun

  • ja〔虫などに〕刺された傷、刺された痛み
  • ena wound or pain caused by stinging
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Oh, my god, baby, what happened to your face?
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It's just a bee sting.
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I need to move on and get the sting outta my heart!
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Now the sting is in my eyes!
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The sting never fades with me.
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It is a painful lesson...
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and one you're about to learn.
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Unlike the honeybee, which can only sting once,
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the hornet can sting multiple times.
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The sting has been described as a lot like having hot metal driven through the skin.
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Some jellyfish stings barely tingle,
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but others cause severe skin damage.
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Most jellyfish stings are a painful nuisance, but some can be deadly.
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An Indo-Pacific box jelly, also called a sea wasp, releases venom
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which can cause contraction of the heart muscles and rapid death in large doses.
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The tarantula hawk only ranks as the third most painful sting
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on the insect Sting Pain Index.
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One being the least amount of pain, four being the most amount of pain.
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- Jenna, that's not too terribly painful? - Not at all.
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Feels like a little bee sting, most patients relate it.