punishverb

  • ja(人)を罰する、(人)を懲らしめる
  • ento make someone suffer or to subject someone to penalty because they have done something wrong or broken the law

Examples

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Mute
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So I felt I needed to punish him just a little bit more.
2.
And I'm making him do my laundry for a year.
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Mute
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Name something you do to punish your husband if he forgot your birthday.
2.
Silent-treatment.
3.
What else?
4.
Yell at him.
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Mute
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I forgive you.
2.
And...
3.
...I don't want to punish you anymore.
4.
I don't want to punish you.
5.
You're not like other people.
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Mute
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You are gonna shut down your club and refund all of the membership fees.
2.
And furthermore, the 3 of you are gonna be punished.
3.
You do not continue to have a loving relationship with each other...
4.
for free.
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Mute
1.
Who moved my desk?
2.
I think you should retrace your steps.
3.
Okay, I am going to tell Michael and this entire office will be punished.