pair

名詞
  • ja

    一組、一対、ペア

    Globify による定義
  • en

    a set of two things or a group of two people that come together or are regarded as a unit

    Globify による定義
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Well, it seems now we have a pair.
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More or less.
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So now, with a clean pair of hands, I’m gonna go in with my fingertips 'cause it’s just easier
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and shape the cookie crust into the pan.
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Then using a pair of chopsticks,
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we're gonna try to get under and rotate each takoyaki about 90 degrees.
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Outfit 2 is a loose bronzey dress from Forever 21.
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'70s vibes.
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Paired with a pair of light pink pumps and an electric blue purse.
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Venus and Serena became the first pair of sisters to win a Doubles title in the 20th century.
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And in 2005, Venus reached the Wimbledon Finals.
名詞初級
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    (結婚・婚約・交際中の)カップル

  • en

    two people who are married, engaged, dating, or in a relationship

  • We are a pair.

    From Survivor's Remorse | Season 4, Episode 3 Clip: We Are in This Together | STARZ

  • Gosh, you make quite a pair.

    From SUMMERLAND Trailer (2020) Gemma Arterton Drama Movie HD

  • And the chemistry between the pair was undeniable.

    From Behind Rihanna and Drake's On-and-Off Relationship

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動詞
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  • ja

    2人[2つ]ずつ組にする、1対にする

  • en

    to form into a pair, as by matching, joining, etc.

  • but pair it with a blueberry yogurt, and both of them taste even better.

    From Are You a Terry Jeffords? - Brooklyn Nine-Nine

  • An online dating site randomly paired us up.

    From April Accuses Ethel Beavers - Parks and Recreation

  • I never know what to pair it with.

    From Harley Quinn | The Best of Clayface's Stephanie | HBO Max

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