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used tophrase

  • ja~に慣れている
  • enaccustomed or habituated to

Examples

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You always act like you’re more important than everyone else!
2.
Steve, I act like that because I am more important.
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I'm the big dog around here.
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Ruff-ruff!
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Roger, back me up.
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Stan, I'm pissed about the rain thing, too.
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But, yes, you are the big dog.
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Ruff-ruff.
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You see, Steve, I cast a pretty big shadow.
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So either get used to it or mosey along.
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I'm used to the, you know, the hunt.
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And this is... effortless.
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It's just— it's freaking me out.
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Maybe because you're skinny and maybe 'cause you're pretty
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you're used to getting away with things.
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But I want you to know that your actions have an effect on others.
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You've got to pay a price if you wanna work for me.
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I ain't got no money.
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It don't cost money, just a little pain.
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Well, sir, pain I'm used to.
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Caleb, failing to prepare is preparing to fail.
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John Wooden said that.
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You talk about that guy a lot.
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Yeah, get used to it.
5.
He's been quoting that guy to me my whole life.

Other meanings for used to...

used tophrase

  • ja昔は~していた、以前は~したものだった
  • enrefers to something, such as an action or state, from the past that is no longer true
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Her name's Ronni.
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She's a pet mortician.
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Sure.
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So how long you been...
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Remember when you were a little kid, I used to take you to the navy yard and show you the big ships?
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Since then?
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No, it's only been 6 years.
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I just wanted to put a nice memory in your head
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so you'd know that I wasn't always such a terrible guy.
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Okay, I don't know how to say this, but...
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I think when your wife's spirit left her body, it kind of stuck around in me.
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You're saying my wife is in you?
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Yeah, okay, you don't have to believe me.
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But can you think of any unfinished business she might have had?
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Like, any reason she'd be hanging around?
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Well, I don't know what to tell you, dear.
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The only thing I can think of is that she always used to say that before she died, she wanted to see everything.
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Everything?
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Everything.
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Whoa, that's a lot of stuff.
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Oh, wait, I remember.
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She also said she wanted to sleep with me one last time.
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Dillman is the single best detective I have ever worked with.
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Sadly, he was unjustly fired for investigating corruption in the NYPD.
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He hated dirty cops so much they used to call him Mr. Clean.
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Anyways, you're in charge for the day.
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Oh, boy. Here comes the lecture.
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"Be responsible, Jake. Don't do anything crazy or fun."
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There's no lecture. I trust you.
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Oh, but there always used to be a lecture.
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Yeah, well, you're not the same immature, rebellious kid you used to be.
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- Fire guy! - Aah! Stop that!
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- That's right! - Let me say something.
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I know I used to be a temp here, but now everything's different.
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- Yeah. - I'd like your respect. I am your boss now.
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You're gonna have to treat me the same way you treated Jan.
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You know, I just realized this is Pam's and my first night away together.
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I used to play it over in my head.
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And it was just a little bit different.
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Maybe a nice hotel or a romantic dinner.
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Wine, but wine that wasn't made out of beets.
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Didn't think Dwight would be involved at all.