relaxverb

  • ja寛ぐ
  • ento rest or do something that is enjoyable, especially after working

Examples

4:41 / --:--
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I am so sorry, Ellen.
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I'm really tired.
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I'm just telling you I'm tired.
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Is it okay if I sit and relax just for a minute?
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No, we're not done yet.
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3:25 / --:--
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This all happened out of having Zoom dates or FaceTime dates with our friends.
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We would have dinner or drinks or whatever.
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And I realized that the—
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Not to encourage drinking, but the 1 thing that we can all gather around is food and entertainment
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or having a glass of wine and just relaxing.
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6:54 / --:--
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- [Woman] I think like your bed and your bedroom
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is the place that you relax and unwind
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at the end of the day,
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it's like your comfort place.
16:02 / --:--
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Home is just something that's super inviting, you know,
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you walk in and you just want to take a seat.
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You just wanna relax and unwind and just feel good.
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That's what home is to me, you know,
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you're surrounded by you friends, a warm embrace,
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a place to sit back and relax.
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You know, so much fun, everybody just laps it up.