DICTIONARY

skirt

動詞
  • ja

    周りを通る、迂回する

    Globify による定義
  • en

    to go around the outer edge of an area or place

    Globify による定義
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There's a black digital clock on top of the television.
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And it said midnight right on the dot.
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It wasn't 12:01 or anything like that.
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It was right on the dot.
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So I took the 3 or 4 steps across the living room, skirted around the coffee table,
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bent down to touch my friend's shoulder to shake him, to see what was going on.
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Luther Castillo comes from San Pedro de Tocamacho on the Atlantic coast of Honduras.
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There's no running water, no electricity there.
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And to reach the village, you have to walk for hours or take your chances in a pickup truck, like I did,
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skirting the waves of the Atlantic.
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It'll take 2 weeks to skirt the wall of mountains.
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No, I suggest we go back the same way we came.
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Flying from Hungary and skirting the former Yugoslavian border,
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a NATO E-3 Sentry uses its powerful airborne radar
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to penetrate deep into the no-fly zone and search for targets.
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Later that night the Diamond District is deserted,
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safe for the permanent police on-station 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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Notarbartolo drives in a rented Peugeot 307 onto a road that skirts the edge of the district,
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and pulling to the curb, the Monster, the Genius, the King of Keys, and Speedy
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exit carrying large duffel bags.