write downphrasal verb

  • ja書き留める、記録する
  • ento write or record something on paper

Examples

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Could the waiters gather around to hear tonight's specials?
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Okay, first, there's a Chilean sea bass prepared with a mango relish on a bed...
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Why is nobody writing these down?
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Because we can remember them.
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And because you're all gonna make up fake specials
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and make me cook them like you did the other night?
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Well, sure, that too.
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What's going on here?
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Well, this is a silent auction.
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They lay out all the stuff here.
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And then you write down your offer and then the highest bid gets it.
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No, I know what a silent auction is.
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I meant what's going on with your hair?
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Why?
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No, it's nice.
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Okay, calm down.
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Remember, be direct.
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Women don't like to play a lot of games.
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I think we got to start simpler.
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Okay, Scully, smile at her.
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Don't fart.
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He knows not to— oh, you're writing that down.
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This is good stuff.
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What else you got?
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You know what?
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Why don't we skip all of this and jump straight into the final project?
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Just write down 5 things that you may remember me saying in the last 5 minutes.
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If you get 3 out of 5, you will pass this class,
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and then you can leave this class and not come back ever again.
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Got it? Got it.
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I thought I might write my stories down and read them to you.
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Ain't no different than writing down my prayers.
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I wanna watch movies, I wanna take a bath, I wanna...
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Write it down, write it down, make a list, make a list.
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Okay, I want to blast the stereo.
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I wanna have sex in the kitchen.
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Oh yeah, put me down for that, too.
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Can you at least crack a notebook while I'm gone?
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Write down one idea.
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I guess she's not gonna do the whole project for me.
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From time to time when I think of an eloquent saying or a phrase,
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I have Tom write it down.
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He’s collecting them for my memoirs.
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Here’s Leslie’s quote from Wednesday.
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That's all you prepped?
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Yeah, I just searched my heart and then wrote down how I was feeling.
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I'm gonna eat you alive, you dumb son of a bitch.
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Cool, and then we'll have kids together?
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Yeah, it's gonna be great.
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And then I like writing stuff because when I grow up, I'm gonna be a script writer.
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Oh, good.
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And a director.
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Oh, that's fantastic.
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You have ideas already and you start writing them down?
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Yes.
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But I don't think I should tell you them.
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'Cause I don't want some Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, JJ Abrams to come and make millions of dollars off of my ideas.
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- And are we forgetting Roy?
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Roy needs points.
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- No.
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I'm good.
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- Write down how many points you want
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to give to Roy on the piece of paper.
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Start the clock.
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Write down how many points you want
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to give to Roy on your piece of paper.
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Thank you for starting the clock.
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OK.
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All right.
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Wonderful.
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- Good news, people.
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I've been disqualified because I knew all of the answers, which
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means our total is Steve Carrell with 62 points
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and Lisa Kudrow with 21 points.
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He ran out of gas, hit the ground at 75 miles an hour, cracked his skull.
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He had to drag himself out of the plane before the gas tanks exploded.
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So he pretty much was invalided out of the Royal Air Force.
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But then a famous author, C.S. Forester,
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went to interview him about his crash.
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Dahl was like, "Okay, you know what? My mind's a little spotty.
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Let me just write down some notes for you."
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Forester's like, "Okay, send them to me later."