DICTIONARY

joint

形容詞
  • ja

    共同の、合同の

    Globify による定義
  • en

    involving or shared by two or more people or groups

    Globify による定義
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Mr. Hall, the buzz on Christian is that his parents have joint custody.
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So he'll be spending 1 semester in Chicago and 1 semester here.
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Listen, we know that one of us is the father.
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Yeah, so we decided we'll just have joint custody over him.
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Wait. I was born this month, too.
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We should do a joint party!
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Hey, what the hell? These people aren't doing anything.
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This is a joint effort here, son.
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If you don't like it, go whine to your chief.
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The couple that banks together...
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They had joint accounts,
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so they've kind of brought their finances together.
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The Knope-Wyatt Unity Quilt.
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It represents our 2 families coming together.
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And there is a personalized square for each member of our joint family. See?
名詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    刑務所

  • en

    a prison

名詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    場所、店(ホテルやレストランなど)

  • en

    a place or establishment, such as as a hotel, restaurant, etc.

  • There's a shawarma joint about 2 blocks from here.

    From Ridiculous Actor Demands That Forced Movie Details To Change

  • Look, I thought it was a classy joint.

    From Kevin Hart and Josh Gad Go to a Strip Club

  • 'Cause when you go to a breakfast joint and you get eggs, you get 3.

    From Brother vs. Sister (Alstein & Stephanie) | Fear Pong | Cut

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