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twistverb

  • jaひねる・よじる・回す
  • ento cause something to change position, direction, shape, or meaning

Examples

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Shouldn’t you be doing this homework too?
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My homework’s already taken care of.
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Please excuse Drake from doing this homework.
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He twisted his liver and is unable to read, write, or bathe.
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Number 8: Learn how to take off a woman’s bra.
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What?
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- We will demonstrate on Pam and — - No.
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- No. - Come on.
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You just twist your hand until…something breaks.
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Ow.
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Well, you get the picture.
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Thanks, Pam.
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Yeah, so, what, I twist these together?
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No, no, just rub that against the other tube.
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And that’s how you do that.
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For the time, we're gonna move to the pre-made dough right here.
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Alright.
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So we're gonna twist it in the shape of whatever you like.
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There's no method to it.
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But you can toss it in the air and do a little boom shakalaka!
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What do you do?
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I'm twisting my arms and putting my head through it.
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Oh, fantastic!
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Let's see it.
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Okay.
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I can teach you guys.
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Alright.
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So you go like this.
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Yep.
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Yep.
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Wow.
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That was fantastic.
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Thank you.
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Alright.
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It's the first juice bra, yeah.
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Tracy, you remember when you begged me to be on television?
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Yeah
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There you go.
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Alright, you can stop squeezing now, unless you like it.
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I think that's plenty.
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Alright.
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You're—
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They're twisting, still.

Other meanings for twist...

twistnoun

  • ja思わぬ[意外な]展開[発展]
  • enan unexpected feature or change in a situation or series of events
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I was wondering if you would ever consider having sex with me?
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I'm down.
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Wow, okay.
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Twist.
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Y'all little *bleep* slinging me?
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Chasing that paper?
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To get that money?
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Then what?
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Huh?
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You see me?
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I used to be just like y'all little *bleep*, man.
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Just like y'all.
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Boom.
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Plot twist.
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I got locked up for 15 years — 15 years!
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Y'all little *bleep* need to check your own potential, man.
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- Y'all little— - Actually, sorry to interrupt.
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We're just waiting for our friend.
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- Let's go to brunch, bitches! - Ahh!
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Come on, bitch!
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Oh, my god. That guy was just acting so weird just now.
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Don't be nervous. You do this all the time.
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The cast will be signing autographs if anyone would like one.
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Everyone, back in their seat! Now!
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This is a robbery!
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A robbery — now, that's a twist.
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This is not part of the show, people.
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This is a real robbery. Kids, get behind the counter.
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I'm gonna do push ups.
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- OK, but probably in a — - Push ups.
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- A little twist to it, though. Fingertips. - Yeah, I see.
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OK.
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Fingertips?
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Fingertips, yep.
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Wow.
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- That's what I've been trying to get Twitch to do, fingertip push ups. - Oh, really?
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And he can't do it.
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They've announced they're making a sequel to 'Sharknado.'
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They're calling it 'The Second One.'
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What would you have called it?
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'Zebra...splosion.'
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That's the twist, there's also zebras.
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Or "zee-bras," as you guys say.
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- I knew, after about a minute of it being normal,
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that something messed up was gonna happen.
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- You just know that on the internet,
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if it starts of nice and fuzzy and warm,
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something's gonna die.
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- It kinda seemed like a happy show. - (laughs)
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- I thought it was a kid's show, but then, knowing the Fine Bros,
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I knew there was gonna be some weird twist.
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- I got really happy, and then I got really scared.
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Usually waking up because you have to go to the bathroom is annoying. But on May 26, 2013,
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waking up and leaving his bunk to use the bathroom was a decision that saved 29 year
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old Harrison Odjegba Okene’s life. Through an odd twist of fate, Harrison ended up being
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the lone survivor of a boat sinking at sea. He can lay claim to a unique title— he’s
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the only known person in the world to have survived on the seafloor for nearly 3 days.