patch

名詞
  • ja

    一区画、小さな部分、はぎれ

    Globify による定義
  • en

    a small piece or area of something bigger, such as a portion of land, a mark on a surface, or a bit of cloth material

    Globify による定義
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I hate that park.
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It's just a patch of dirt and weeds.
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And we're gonna buy it.
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I have a patch of hair on my hand here that looks like Wolverine.
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Nobody has that.
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I have 2.
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She still wears this.
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She had the patch sewn in.
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You can't remove it.
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But in the copy, he shifted a square patch of the dots slightly to the left,
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filling in the leftover space with other random dots.
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Let's do another.
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That one little patch looks sexy, though.
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- Does it look good? - Yeah, it looks really good.
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I can't handle this. I need a cigarette.
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I knew that you would, so I came prepared.
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Nicotine patches.
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There aren't many people allowed on this little patch of land.
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So I feel very privileged to be able to play a role in figuring these turtles out
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and being in this very special place.
動詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    一時的に修理する、応急処置をする

  • en

    to repair or restore, especially in a hasty or makeshift way

  • You can patch it back together and nobody will know the difference.

    From Brownie Ice Cream Sandwich Bar - Gemma's Bigger Bolder Baking Ep 13 - Gemma Stafford Recipe

  • Finish patching him up and get ready to move.

    From Strike Back (2019) | Official Clip - Season 6 Episode 9 | Cinemax

  • While tin roofs are more durable than most, they're difficult to patch.

    From Mountain Men: Terrible Storm Damages Eustace's Roof (Season 10) | History

  • さらに2つの例を表示