delicateadjective

  • ja繊細な、ほのかな、優美な
  • enpleasing to the senses due to its daintiness or charm of color, lines, proportions, etc.

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And while Daryl Hannah is beautiful in a conventional way,
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you are luminous with a kind of a delicate grace.
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You're a good-looking man.
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Thank you.
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Very pretty, real soft, delicate features.
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There's also a catalogue in 1918 that suggests that little girls should all wear blue
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because it's a delicate and dainty color.
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The fit and flare silhouette was highly feminine,
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and we do see Betty wear it in both day wear and evening wear,
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sometimes in delicate floral prints.
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Margot’s little-girl barrette, her delicate pink gloves,
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and the fact that she's still wearing all these posh items from her early years
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reflect the inner child who’s never grown up.
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She places a weathered skull and a delicate flower high above the hills below.

Other meanings for delicate...

delicateadjective

  • ja慎重な扱い
  • enshowing or needing sensitive treatment using care, skill, or tact
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It’s a test of synchronicity.
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Our minds have to be perfectly attuned to work as a single, delicate implement.
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Cool.
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And I will be playing Elton John songs on this keyboard.
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And Adam, feel free to join in.
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You will have to guess which songs I am playing.
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Sounds pretty straightforward.
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The thing is, I have up until this point in my life never learned to play the piano.
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And nor do I intend to.
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So are you ready? We —
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Okay.
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It's a delicate process.
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Are you ready?
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Guys, we have a delicate situation.
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The freestyle-rapping bear ate some bad honey.
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And he's out for the count.
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First of all, one thing they need to know, you have to be careful of the delicate eye area.
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Let’s just do here like that, for her.
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And just give the care that I would appreciate.
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That’s it.
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Everything you see exists together in a delicate balance.
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As king, you need to understand that balance and respect all the creatures,
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from the crawling ant to the leaping antelope.
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I think the relationship is complex.
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And they both get different things from each other.
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In regard to the elements of the show, it's about that delicate moment of which you say,
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"That's too much. I can't do this anymore."
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Because of the complexity in making the soufflé pancakes, Taiyaki only sells them 3 days per week.
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The reason why we don't serve it every single day is because the pancakes are a very delicate process.
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And there's many, many stages, many steps.
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We make everything from scratch, literally from down to the flour to the sugar.
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And it's just a lot of labor.
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And it's a lot of work.

delicateadjective

  • ja弱い、虚弱な、壊れやすい
  • enweak, fragile, or easily damaged
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Did you check them for damage?
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They're rocks, Hank.
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No, they're minerals.
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Jesus, Marie.
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I got some geodes coming that are very delicate, alright?
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Ooh.
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- Aw! - What a he-dog!
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Don't stay out in the sun too long, Ren.
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You know you have delicate skin.
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Be quiet, you idiot!
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Stay. Have lunch.
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Oh, my tummy is delicate.
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We really only eat Pulitzer over at Pierce.