DICTIONARY

lie

動詞
  • ja

    うそをつく[言う]

    Globify による定義
  • en

    to deliberately say or write something that is not true

    Globify による定義
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I started shaving my head 20 years ago in solidarity with my mother who was undergoing chemotherapy.
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- Oh, look, I'm so sorry— - I'm obviously lying.
3.
It's classic male pattern baldness.
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When she sees that you're gone, she's gonna know that I let you out,
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and that I was in here, and I'm gonna get fired.
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I'm good at lying.
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I've never had Sri Lankan food before.
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I thought you'd like it.
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And I appreciate you lying to me and answering "chicken" every time I asked you what I was eating.
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Well, 15 courses, one of them was bound to be chicken.
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I didn't do anything.
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Don't you dare lie to me.
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I'll cut your fingers off.
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You're not my son.
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Tell me the truth!
3.
I am!
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Stop lying!
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I'm not lying!
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"Three years of modern dance with Twyla Tharp?"
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"Five years with the American Ballet Theater?"
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Hey, everybody lies on their resume, okay?
動詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    横になる、横たわる

  • en

    to be in or assume a horizontal or resting position on a supporting surface

  • Scully, why are you lying down?

    From Brooklyn Nine-Nine - A Big Group of Cops (Episode Highlight)

  • - You just lie back in the bed right there. - Okay.

    From Ellen's Best Too Hot for TV Moments

  • Let's have you lie down and we'll get the treatment started.

    From This $3,000 Procedure Instantly Gives You Abs | The Plastics | Harper's BAZAAR

  • And 3 more examples...