significant othernoun

  • ja恋人、パートナー、配偶者
  • ensomeone's boyfriend, girlfriend, partner, or spouse

Examples

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Hmm, welcome back.
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Roberto?
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Hi, hey, I am Jul's significant other.
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You never mentioned any Roberto.
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All right.
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The new category is "things you call your significant other."
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All right, go.
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"Baby."
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"Boo-boo bear."
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"Sweetie pie."
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"Sweetheart."
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"Lover."
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Combos? Really, Jake?
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Don't judge me. I'm in vacation mode.
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Some people cheat on their significant others while they're out of town.
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I eat Combos.
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Randall, what is the weirdest thing you have done for
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a significant other?
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- I don't do weird things for a significant others.
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- Oh okay.
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Here the rom-com is told from the perspective
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of a modern straight guy.
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It tells us something about how this contemporary guy
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thinks about love and what he wants from a significant other
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What's it like working with your significant other
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in projects?
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- I love it.
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You’re gonna end up alone at some point, even if you get married.
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Whether it’s that you died first or they died first or whatever happened, you’re
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going to end up alone.
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So the point is to get as far as you can in life before that point with somebody who really
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loves you.
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And that’s going to be your significant other.
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If you're married, it's a spoiler?
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So he's married.
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Does your—
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But that doesn't really spoil it.
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There are a lot of married people.
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Yeah.
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Does your significant other work in television as well?
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OK.