mentionverb

  • ja…について言及する、…と言う
  • ento talk about, write about, or refer to someone or something, especially in a brief way

Examples

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I think this is so great — I mean, you and Ross!
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- Did you have any idea? - No. None!
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I mean, my first night in the city, he mentioned something about asking me out.
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But nothing ever happened, so I just—
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What else did he say?
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I mean, does he want to go out with me?
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Well, given that he's desperately in love with you, he probably wouldn't mind getting a cup of coffee or something.
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Clearly, I have had a very serious accident.
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But I will recover, God willing.
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I just want to be treated normally today.
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- Normal would actually be good, considering the trauma that I've been through. - You missed 2 big conference calls today, 1 with corporate.
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Oh, did you explain why?
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No, I didn't mention that you cooked your foot.
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Burned my foot, Pam.
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Please stop popping my cast.
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Thank you.
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So, Chandler, have you heard about Monica's secret boyfriend?
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Yeah, she might have mentioned him. Yeah.
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So, Mon, when are we gonna meet this new secret waiter man?
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Oh, he's really shy.
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I don't think he's up to meeting everyone yet.
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Yeah, I don't think he's up to meeting everyone yet.
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I don't care.
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I wanna meet this guy who's the best sex she ever had.
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Really?
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That's what you heard? You said that?
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I might have said that.
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I go online. I go click, click, click.
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And I change the order of the queue so that I can see 'Love Actually' as soon as I want to.
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It's so easy, Ryan.
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Do you really not know how Netflix works?
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I guess I forgot.
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You're such a ditz.
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Ryan, well done — 2 minutes, 42 seconds.
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Additionally, Pam, you win $10 because she said "awesome" 12 times.
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And Jim, you win $5 because she mentioned 6 romantic comedies.
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Where did you read this study?
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Well, it wasn't something I read so much as told about.
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And who told you about it?
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- Hitchcock. - Hitchcock?
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- Yeah. - That seems like a pretty intellectual thing for him to mention.
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What was the context?
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He had invested in a NuvaRing competitor called Vag-a-Plug and was practicing his sales pitch on me.
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This is your first argument? Your opening statement?
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Point to Amy.
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Do you use this to cut things?
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I haven't yet, but now that you mention it, we might have to cut a cake with it or something, huh?
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That'd be neat.
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- Wanna cut a cake? - A cake?
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It's what I do that defines me.
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I forgot to mention.
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No autopilot.
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So I'm straight up sacrificing myself for my city.