recognizeverb

  • ja…を識別する、…を認める
  • ento identify someone or something from having encountered them before

Examples

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Do you recognize any of these men?
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I was hiding in the bathroom stall, so I didn't see his face.
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But I heard him.
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He was singing along to the music at the bar.
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Say, who's she?
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Her?
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She's your... friend!
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Who came to visit you!
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I have a friend?
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Oh!
7.
My head injury must be super severe, I don't even recognize you!
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1.
He would never open a gift, right?
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But what if his gift didn't look like a gift?
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He would open it?
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Exactly!
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I left it in a cardboard box on his desk.
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There's no card, just the words "Open now,"
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which I wrote with my wrong hand so he wouldn't recognize my handwriting.
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Where are you?
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Picking up Amy's dad at the airport.
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Ooh, that's a strong move.
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Have you successfully changed everything about yourself as planned?
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Oh, yeah, you wouldn't recognize me.
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I'm wearing a sweater.
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I bought new shoes.
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I put something on my face called moisturizer.
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It's amazing.
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The most famous person who has recognized you.
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Barack Obama.
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He's so good looking.
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You don't recognize me?
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Nope, sorry.
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Oh, um, I was a meme.
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I was even on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show.'
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Seriously, you don't recognize me at all? Nothing?
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Nope, I really don't.
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Do you think they recognize each other from in there?
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Maybe.
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Unless they're like 2 people who've lived in apartments next to each other for years
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and then one day, they're pushed through a vagina and they meet.
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Mute
1.
Those are some cool sunglasses.
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Is that so people won't recognize you 'cause you're famous?
3.
No.