social

形容詞
  • ja

    社会的な、社交的な

    Globify による定義
  • en

    connected with activities in which people meet each other for pleasure; also liking to be with and talking to people

    Globify による定義
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- We don't want a drink. - What is this, a social call?
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- It's not a tea party. - We look like 5-year-old girls to you?
3.
Gentlemen, please.
4.
Have some patience.
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This is the fourth funeral I've been to this month.
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At our age, it's called "having a social life."
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So, Kristi is apparently very social.
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I understand she invites a lot of her friends to the bar.
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I think you should leave.
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I'm here on a social visit.
3.
Your presence here is inappropriate.
4.
- We weren't done talking. - Yes.
5.
You are.
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Who's Elton?
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Oh, my God, he's way popular.
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He's like the social director of the Crew.
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You mean me?
2.
Yeah, you. Are you gonna walk me home?
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You have poor social skills.
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You have a problem.
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For us, the farmers market is fun.
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It's very social.
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You get immediate feedback, good and bad.
形容詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    社会の、社会に関する

  • en

    connected with society, the way it is organized, and one's involvement in it

  • Where's the social utility in that?

    From Interstellar: Ending Explained

  • I'm glad if today spurred social change.

    From Every "That's What She Said" Ever - The Office

  • Blue index cards are for social issues.

    From Val Tries to Plan Courtney's First 100 Days - The Mayor

  • さらに2つの例を表示