expressionnoun

  • ja表現
  • ena word or phrase used to convey an idea

Examples

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Why are you helping this guy, sir?
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He's the opposite of everything you stand for.
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His favorite expression is "that's gonna leave a mark!"
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Beezus, where's the bank gonna take our house?
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It's just an expression, genius.
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They don't take it anywhere.
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I said, "Thank you, Catherine Obvious."
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Did she say, "Catherine Obvious"?
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It's Captain Obvious.
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Huh?
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The expression is "Thank you, Captain Obvious."
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So, here's the buffet!
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What's going on?
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You know the expression, “falling off the wagon," Lee?
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Well, this is what it looks like.
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All right, ladies, hello.
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So "spill the tea," you know that's an expression.
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It means gossip or tell a secret.
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What about the girl?
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You ever hear that expression, "Behind every great man is a woman"?
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I'm just a girl who likes fast cars and big numbers.
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"Riddled with bullets," it's a common expression!

Other meanings for expression...

expressionnoun

  • ja表れ
  • enthe act of conveying thoughts or feelings
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Murray, I have asked you repeatedly not to call me "woman.”
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Excuse me, Miss Dionne.
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Thank you.
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Okay, but street slang is an increasingly valid form of expression.
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Most of the feminine pronouns do have mocking, but not necessarily misogynistic, undertone.
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What excites you the most about fashion?
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I like that fashion can both be a form of expression and a form of hiding.
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Are we talking about a physical expression of anger?
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No.
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Even though stalking for love is most commonly associated with romantic comedies,
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what's often overlooked is the trope's prominence in other genres.
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"Have you been following me?"
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Especially superhero stories.
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"I knew it. How often?"
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"Just once a day. Sometimes."
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"Sometimes more."
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In these narratives, a man's obsessive, coercive, or stalker-like behavior
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is framed as an expression of his love and devotion.
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For this individual,
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murder is an expression of passion.

expressionnoun

  • ja表情
  • ena look on a person's face that conveys a particular emotion
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When did you hatch this plan?
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Peralta thought of it when I tried to quit the mission.
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Hey, what's Holt's expression right now?
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Would you describe it as proud daddy?
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It's hard to tell.
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He's still piecing it together. This could take a while.
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- Okay, Octavia. - Uh-huh.
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Do 3 facial expressions you make when you're excited.
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Which facial expression would you like to have tattooed?
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This one.
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Please hold.
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Or this one.
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I think the second, because then maybe the other thumb will come up
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depending on what you're doing back there.
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Take a look at this lady.
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Oh, boy!
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That's the same expression that I have
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when I've found out the party has an open bar.
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Um...
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She does these little, like...
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these little facial expressions, like...
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No.
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My first dance recital was ballet
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and my first dance class was flamenco.
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I remember that moment so vividly.
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I was in a polka dot flamenco skirt
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and I had the most dramatic expression on my face.
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Alright, well, there are a lot of ways to meet people online these days.
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I've never used any of them, but for all of you young people out there,
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you won't believe this, but in the past,
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to start a relationship, you had to talk to someone in person.
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For a while.
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And you'd have something called a conversation.
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And when someone rejected you, they would reject you in person.
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You could actually see their expression.
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You would know what that means.
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Kids, you call it an emoji, we call it a face.
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I also completely forgot that I used to jump like this.
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This was in the magazine.
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You can see my expression.
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I regretted it immediately when I was in the air.
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So the first thing is you're literally going to do A-E-I-O-U.
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A-E-I-O-U.
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All you do, you give yourself whatever expression.
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Maybe it's happy.
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Maybe it's sad.
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All right, give it.
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It's drama.