soundverb

  • ja〔人から聞いた情報が〕~に聞こえる、~に思われる
  • ento seem, to appear, or to make a particular impression based on how you are heard

Examples

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Mute
1.
What are you guys doing out here?
2.
Well, not playing racquetball!
3.
He forgot to leave his grip size.
4.
He didn't get the goggles.
5.
Oh, right. Right.
6.
Well, sounds like you two have issues.
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1.
Tell me, Dana, how is your chicken breast?
2.
Oh, it's great, it's served with our world-famous wing sauce.
3.
Mm, sounds yummy.
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1.
I saw a guy, mid-height, brown hair, and a green hoodie with an owl on it.
2.
He had a big bag, and he was running like hell.
3.
That sounds like our guy.
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Mute
1.
Hey, is this Dwight?
2.
Yes, it is.
3.
Oh, my goodness, you sound sexy.
4.
Oh, thank you. I've been working out.
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Mute
1.
Morning, Scully, how was your weekend?
2.
Oh, fun.
3.
Kelly and I hit the park, went for a long walk, fell asleep watching TV.
4.
Oh, sounds like a fun weekend with Kelly.
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Mute
1.
Is Chandler around?
2.
No, he met some girl at the coffeehouse.
3.
- Ooh. - Yeah, Ginger something.
4.
No.
5.
No, no.
6.
Are you sure it wasn't something that sounded like Ginger?
7.
Like Gingeer?

Other meanings for sound...

soundnoun

  • ja感じ、印象
  • enthe idea or impression that you get of somebody or something from what somebody says or what you read
PLAY
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Mute
1.
You ever dance with the devil in the pale moonlight?
2.
What?
3.
I always ask that of all my prey.
4.
I just like the sound of it.
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Mute
1.
Our first game is called, 'Well-begun is half-done.'
2.
I don't like the sound of that.
3.
Otherwise entitled, 'Let's tidy up the nursery.'
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1.
Hopefully, we can get the house on the market and some offers soon.
2.
Well, I like the sound of that.
3.
Moving from here is only gonna help you move on.
4.
You've got to rip that Band-Aid off and get the pain over with.
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1.
Five hundred million, you're gonna take a break and have a family.
2.
Is that the goal?
3.
That's what you said. I'm just—
4.
I don't like the sound of that but...
5.
Well, that's what you said.
6.
I will have a family even if I don't have $500 million.
7.
Okay.
8.
But if I'm not taking a break for family,
9.
then it would have to be because of $500 million.
10.
Right.
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1.
Friends.
2.
I like the sound of that.
PLAY
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1.
The actor later confirmed his involvement while speaking to Entertainment Tonight
2.
at the 'Avengers: Endgame' premiere in April 2019.
3.
By the sound of it, he's super excited to be reunited with a certain co-star.
4.
"My favorite in the whole cast, or the closest to my family, is Zoe Saldana hence 'Avatar,'
5.
hence why I'm doing 'Avatar.'"

soundadjective

  • ja印象
  • enin good, perfect, complete, detailed, or sensible condition
PLAY
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Mute
1.
That's a great costume.
2.
Maybe you can dress me for my funeral?
3.
I could so do that.
4.
Come on now, there's not gonna be a funeral.
5.
Aww.
6.
We're all gonna come down the set, keep you cool,
7.
watch you land safe and sound right on that air sack.
8.
Unless you miss it!
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1.
I'm sorry I was bad and ran away from home.
2.
I'm sorry I cut up your papers and broke your fax machine.
3.
I'm sorry, and I promise I'll never be bad again.
4.
Only, please take me back.
5.
Take you back?
6.
Honey, I didn't even know you were gone.
7.
You didn't?
8.
No, I thought you were still in your room safe and sound.
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1.
Because I had concluded that the husband I loved and adored was gone,
2.
that he had become delusional,
3.
and that it was your fiduciary responsibility to remove him as head of this company.
4.
My company, which I created in all my delusional grandeur.
5.
You agreed with my assessment then, and everything that's happened since,
6.
only reinforces the conclusion that Howard is not of sound mind.
7.
By his own admission, he faked his death.
8.
Howard's not well.
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1.
I, Jesse, of sound mind and free will leave this as my last will and testament.
2.
To my brother, I leave my room.
3.
To my mother, I leave my estate.
4.
Which is mostly dirty laundry.
5.
If I die while on life support, do not resuscitate.
6.
What are they doing?
7.
They gotta run a mile.
8.
That's so sad.
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1.
Some reports suggest that younger parents might be able to relate better to their kids.
2.
They might understand their teenage culture,
3.
and so in times of difficulties be able to offer more sound advice.
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Mute
1.
But women who did have children, who went to go get this procedure,
2.
were told they were too young,
3.
or they didn't have enough children,
4.
which is very interesting,
5.
because the legal requirements in my state for getting this kind of surgery were,
6.
"Be at least 21 years old, appear of sound mind, acting of your own accord,
7.
and have a 30-day waiting period."