stopverb

  • ja止まる、停止する
  • ento stay for a short time

Examples

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Mute
1.
Good afternoon.
2.
We were just driving by.
3.
Thought we'd stop in and have some lunch.
4.
Ah, we'll seat ourselves then.
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Mute
1.
- Oh! - Oh!
2.
Hey! Where the hell have you been?
3.
Oh, we stopped at the gift shop.
4.
The gift —
5.
- Wow! Wow! Wha — - I was looking at stuffed animals and Susan wanted a Chunky.
6.
Oh, Susan wanted a Chun—
7.
You're havin' a baby, okay? A baby.
8.
You don't stop for Chunky's!
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Mute
1.
So Ellen has a great house, impeccable taste, the artwork, to die for.
2.
The problem came when she served my lunch.
3.
She thought I was like a model or something.
4.
Obviously, I'm not, because I'm a big, growing athlete, right?
5.
6'3", 230 pounds.
6.
And the meal was this small.
7.
And I said, "I hope there's others coming."
8.
And nothing came.
9.
So on the way home, I just stopped at an In-N-Out Burger and got a good meal.
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Mute
1.
Oh, man...
2.
You okay?
3.
- Do you want me to drive? - I'm feeling a bit...
4.
You want me to drive?
5.
I think we might have to stop for the night.
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Mute
1.
Definitely stops at Starbucks at least twice a day.
2.
She orders a double venti frappuccino.
3.
I love frappuccinos, too.
4.
Because if you think about it.
5.
Like, no listen—
6.
Listen, listen, listen.
7.
Oh, my God!

Other meanings for stop...

stopnoun

  • ja停車場、停留所
  • enthe place where a bus or train regularly loads or lets off passengers
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Mute
1.
Oh, there's our stop.
3.
This is our stop.
4.
You guys live around here, too?
5.
Oh, yeah, yeah, sure.
6.
We live in the building by the sidewalk.
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Mute
1.
Uh, hi, Ozzie?
2.
Don't get weird, but you're about to hit a deer.
3.
Huh?
4.
Beacon, New York — next stop.
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Mute
1.
This is me.
2.
This is what I do.
3.
I'm gonna end up alone just like he did.
4.
Chandler, Heckles was a nut case.
5.
Our trains are on the same track, okay?
6.
Yeah, sure, I'm coming up 30 years behind him.
7.
But the stops are all the same.
8.
Bittertown, Aloneville, Hermit Junction.
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Mute
1.
I can't go to the prom.
2.
I couldn't get tickets.
3.
Oh.
4.
Sorry.
5.
This is my stop.
6.
Okay.
7.
You'll call me?
8.
Yeah, I'll call you.
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Mute
1.
Next stop, pies.
2.
Next stop, pies!
3.
Next stop, pies!
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1:41 / --:--
Mute
1.
The way I got into being a voice artist was kind of strange.
2.
I used to drive trains on the London Underground.
3.
One morning, I was making my announcements.
4.
"All stations to Harrow, mind the doors."
5.
A television executive was a passenger on my train.
6.
He got off at the next stop, ran up to my cab.
7.
We exchanged details.
8.
And the rest is history.
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Mute
1.
We left the bar.
2.
I walked her to the train stop that she needed to get to.
3.
She is from Florida and didn't have on the proper coat.
4.
And so she was very cold.
5.
I put my arm around her, tried to keep her warm, and then we got to the train.
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Mute
1.
- We're on our way to take Austin to school, - School!
2.
drop off the little kids at my mom's,
3.
take Graff to the bus stop.
4.
And then I gotta get home real quick because our appliances, our washer and dryer come today.
5.
And that's very exciting.
6.
I've never been so excited for an appliance.
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Mute
1.
At that time I needed one because where I was living, it was a far walk to anywhere.
2.
It was a long walk into town. It was a long walk to the bus stop where I was gonna go to work.
3.
Hell, I was walking on streets with no sidewalks.
4.
So the dog kept me pretty safe. And it was really, really helpful.