DICTIONARY

join

動詞初中級
  • ja

    加わる、加入する

    Globify による定義
  • en

    to be part of a group or organization

    Globify による定義
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You guys new to the congregation?
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Actually, we’re considering joining.
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Oh, you’re gonna love it here.
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We're all very excited you're gonna be joining us.
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It'll be nice to have another MBA around here.
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I'm excited, too.
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- Sorry, sorry. - Oh, hey guys. What's up?
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- You wanna join our acapella jam circle? - Oh, no.
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Any interest in joining our music group?
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We sing songs without any instruments.
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It’s all from our mouths.
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Joanna, this is Jane.
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And Jane is going to be joining our group routine.
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Chef, if you'll please join us.
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Thank you all so much for enjoying my meal.
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2.
I don't know where you put it, Heffley.
3.
But you gained 10 pounds to join the Bulldog class.
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Yes!
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Heard from Claire you're having an all-hands-on-deck sesh.
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Happy to join.
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Still mad, Quinn?
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Just 'cause we wouldn't let you join the science club?
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Why wouldn't you guys let her join?
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Girls and science go together like sodium hypochlorite and ammonia!
動詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    つなぐ、結合する、結び付ける

  • en

    to connect or put together two or more things

  • Come, pull it together, join hands.

    From The Righteous Gemstones: The Passing of Aimee-Leigh (Season 1 Episode 9 Clip) | HBO

  • Let's just join them together.

    From Math is the hidden secret to understanding the world | Roger Antonsen

  • I'll just join those 2 up.

    From Adam Savage's King Arthur Armor Build, Part 3

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