foreignadjective

  • ja外国の
  • enof, relating to, derived from, or involving another country or nation

Examples

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Let's talk 'Bad Boys.'
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That's the perfect cop movie.
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Mr. Smith looking fine.
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A hot cup of Téa Leoni.
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Come on.
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Francois Truffaut's 'Breathless.'
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What?
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Terry likes foreign films.
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Mm-kay.
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I've got way more foreign policy experience than that half-wit Kemi.
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I think it's pronounced half-white.
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Give it up for our new foreign exchange student, Sllort.
2.
Now, this wouldn't be a true exchange if we didn't give her school somebody back.
3.
So, you, Dead Tooth, see you next semester!
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Ah! Ah!
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What do you guys want?
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We want McDonald's!
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What? Are you kidding me?
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Foreign food is gross.
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Plus, it's McRib season!
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I promise to defend us from all enemies, foreign and domestic.
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Do my voice sounds Asian?
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Yeah, do you not hear yourself?
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I believe he is a foreign exchange student.
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- You have like the Asian comb-over, maybe smaller than me. - Oh, my God.