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conversationnoun

  • ja会話、会談
  • ena talk in which people exchange views, news, feelings, thoughts, and opinions

Examples

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Open the pod bay doors, HAL.
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I’m sorry, Dave.
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I’m afraid I can’t do that.
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What are you talking about, HAL?
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This conversation can serve no purpose anymore.
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There is no good reason why you and I shouldn’t be able to sit here together and have a conversation!
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I got a good reason.
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- Which is? - I don’t like you!
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You know you can't do that.
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But I want to.
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We're going to end this conversation, and we're going to talk about something new.
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No.
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When you’re on a date, be sure to make great conversation.
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Your grass is really…springy.
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Yeah, they water it a lot.
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He gives her some pretty good advice about sharing her feelings, not just writing them.
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Their conversation makes Lara Jean realize she really loves Peter.
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So nobody's gonna ask me how I'm doing?
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Oh, I didn't think this was a personal conversation.
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So, 9/11…
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I’ve always wanted to have a conversation with…people.
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You have never talked to people about 9/11?