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betweenpreposition

  • jaの合間に
  • enin the time separating two actions, events, situations, etc.

Examples

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You didn't prepare a presentation at all, did you?
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You know what? I had a really rough night.
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And my boss can back me up on that.
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I'm your boss.
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My other boss, Mr. Figaro.
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You have another job?
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What I do between 5:30 PM and 1 AM is nobody's business but mine and my other business'.
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Do you know what is special about the hours between 3:00 AM and 5:00 AM on the night of March 12th?
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No, sir.
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That was the only 2-hour period in which you did not send an email to Mr. Hirsch with the title,
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“You can't make a Tom-let without breaking some Gregs.”
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You sent the same email to him 67 times in 1 evening.
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I guess it was a joke.
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Maybe he's just not interested in me anymore.
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Impossible.
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A woman is at her most beautiful between the ages of 35 and 39.
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Great, so I have many months left.
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Yeah, this is a weird year because there are a lot of very serious things happening.
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And, of course, the Oscars are still several days away.
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Who knows what's gonna happen between now and then?
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- Yeah. - So you do want to be appropriate and respectful,
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- but also, more importantly, I wanna be funny. - Yes.

Other meanings for between...

betweenpreposition

  • jaの合間に
  • enintermediate to (as in amount, quantity, or degree)
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1.
So this is my skincare routine.
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And it's between 10 to 12 steps.
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I've been taking care of my skin and obsessed with skincare ever since I was 7 years old.
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My mom taught me everything I know.
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The game is easy.
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It's very, very easy.
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I'll ask you a question.
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I'll even tell you what the answers are.
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All the answers are between 0 and 5, okay?
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Just remember that.
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All the answers are between 0 and 5.
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For instance, if I would ask you, "How many eyes does the One-Eyed Monster have?"
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And the answer would be 1.
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- It's a one-eyed monster, yeah. - One, one, one.
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Okay.
12.
All right.
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Jian-Yang won the house for me in a game of chance.
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He told me to pick a number between 1 and 10.
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I picked 7, but it was 3.
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Hmm, you live, you learn.
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Now, I'll always pick 3.
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One of the biggest problems people have is they don't wipe off enough oil,
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and they have too thick of a layer,
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and then it comes out of the oven very sticky still and not giving them the result that they want.
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So you're gonna put your cast iron in your oven on the highest temperature it can go,
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between 450 and 500 degrees.
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So this process is gonna take about an hour.
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The reason we need our oven so high is that we actually want to take the oil past its smoking point,
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so that the oil actually starts to break down and bond with the cast iron.
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This is a pretty nice car, again, 90K miles.
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It's the EX version.
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Sunroof, cruise control, so it's the top of the line.
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And if I cleaned it up and got it running, it's worth between 2 and $3,000.
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So after sitting for 4 years in his driveway, the owner wanted to get rid of it.
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And instead of junking it, the owner gave it to me as kind of like a challenge.
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He sees me fixing cars in my driveway all the time
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and he wants to see if I could get it started because his mechanic couldn't.
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So what do you do?
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I'm a banker.
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Like you work at a bank?
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At a bank.
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So how much do you make a year?
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Between 35, 40.
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- Thirty-five to 40. - So I'm bouncing back and forth, I'm doing all right.
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Okay.
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No, okay.
10.
Yeah, that's dope.

betweenpreposition

  • jaの間
  • enserving to connect or unite in a relationship, such as difference, likeness, or proportion
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Corporate needs you to find the differences between this picture and this picture.
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Intel has told us there are at least 7.
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Okay, I already see one, give me.
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Okay.
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They're the same picture.
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The 'Skyfire Cycle'!
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Twelve books chronicling the war between sky and sand, clouds, and rocks, the subsidians, and—
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Oh, so it's like a 'Game of Thrones' type thing.
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You are not a bad person.
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If we get out of this alive, I promise you I will help you however I can.
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Wow, thank you.
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Oh, your back is very wet.
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Yeah, I guess between the fur coat and all the cocaine, I've been sweating a lot.
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Your company cannot be worth that much.
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Our company is worth nothing.
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That's the difference between you and I.
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Business isn't about money to me, David.

betweenpreposition

  • ja〔位置的・時間的に二つの〕間で[に]、AとBとの間に
  • enin or through the space separating two things, people, or places
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Try sleeping on your side with your neck supported
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and with a pillow between your legs.
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Now you get to pick between 1, 2, or 3
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that Iceberg is—
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Do it again, Iceberg. There you go.
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"We didn't realize until later
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how my date looked standing between the decorations."
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So let me take a look here
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if I can see any gaps between the blades and the table.
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Look at you.
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Stuck between a girl and a box.
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Turkey, tomato, and Swiss on a bed of romaine lettuce
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sandwiched between 2 slices of sourdough.
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Classic.