specificadjective

  • ja明確な、はっきり限定された
  • enunique or limited

Examples

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So, you know, this leaves us with...
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Adoption.
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How do you feel about that?
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I think I feel okay about it.
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Actually, I think I feel really good about it.
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Me too.
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I wanna find a baby that needs a home
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and I wanna raise it with you.
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And I wanna mess it up in our own specific way.
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Just the last time I did it, I wrote in...
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I was trying to see what I looked like at a premiere or something.
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It's such a silly thing to do.
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Anyway, I wrote, "Emily Mortimer."
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- And I was trying to write "at..." whatever the event was. - Yeah.
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I wrote, "Emily Mortimer a—"
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- And you know how it does predictive Googling search? - Yes.
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It was the first thing that came up was "annoying."
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I was like, "Wait, what? That's the first thing? That's the most searched thing under A?"
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That might just be specific to your computer.
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And it could be your husband and family.
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Each character, their weaponry and their guns were specific to their character.
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So Nicky had a sword.
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Charlie's had the pistol.
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Joe had the shotgun.
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And then Booker had an assault rifle.
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There's no evidence that 'The Mandalorian''s creator and lead writer, Jon Favreau,
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has coordinated in any way, shape, or form with Skywalker writer/director J.J. Abrams.
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And a Young Yoda cameo, while likely a crowd-pleaser, would be off-the-charts distracting,
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not to mention shoehorned in, considering what we know about the plot of Skywalker.
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No, we're thinking that Baby Yoda will be a character specific to The Mandalorian,
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and that's just fine by us.
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There was news that went viral recently about the French Ministry of Health,
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saying ibuprofen or similar medications could make the illness worse.
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But that was speculation based on an unproven theory about how infections work.
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It was speculation published in a reputable journal.
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But in science, we actually need evidence, and so far there isn’t any.
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Some people might have issues with ibuprofen.
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And if that’s you, you probably already know to avoid it.
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And none of that is specific to COVID-19.
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And by the way, just because this is the Nigeria-style makeup,
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it doesn't necessarily mean that this style is specific to Nigeria.
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It just happens to be what I've noticed, really popular, and really trendy there.

Other meanings for specific...

specificadjective

  • ja特定の、明確な、固有の
  • enconnected with one particular thing only
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Under the contract, management can only fire a driver on very specific charges, so...
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Do you ever show up late?
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No.
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I need something.
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Okay, is there anything specific?
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I don't *bleeps* know. I just need something.
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There's this line from a play I like.
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It goes, "I don't think God punishes people for specific things.
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I think he punishes them in general for no reason."
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Emery, you only need 1 comb.
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But they all have a specific use.
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Pick 1.
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Fill in the blank with 1 specific word.
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"Cinnamon blank."
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Toast.

specificadjective

  • ja具体的な、詳しい
  • endetailed, exact, and clear
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I might not have been a saint, but it's not like I killed anybody.
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I wasn't an arsonist.
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I never found a wallet outside of an IHOP and thought about returning it
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but saw the owner lived out of state, so just took the cash and dropped the wallet back on the ground.
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Okay, that's really specific,
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and that makes me think that you definitely did do that.
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I get the feeling they're shushing us for a reason.
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Like something with one big eye, tentacles, and snappy thing?
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Well, that's very specific, but something like that.
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Hey, can you make me a prince?
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There is a lot of gray area in "make me a prince."
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I could just make you a prince.
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- Oh, no. - Right.
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- You'd be snuggled up with that dude for the rest of your life. - Yo! Y'all seen my palace?
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Be specific with your words.
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- The deal is in the detail... - Got it.
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...which I don't really understand because if she already likes you, why change?
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I told you. She has to marry a prince.
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I just wanna go home, man.
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Okay, I can do that.
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Michael had a chicken pot pie for lunch.
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Actually, let me rephrase that.
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Michael had an entire chicken pot pie for lunch.
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Let me be more specific.
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Michael ate an entire family-sized chicken pot pie for lunch.
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And then he promptly fell asleep.
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So we're all trying to be very quiet so as to not to wake him up before 5:00 PM,
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which actually should be in about... 10 minutes.
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How are you still alive?
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What are you talking about?
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We saw you get shot.
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- In that whorehouse? - In Texas.
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- You branded a prostitute. - Remember?
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You have to be more specific.
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Okay, why did you name her Gail?
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I didn't.
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She almost named herself.
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I think my girlfriends probably named her Gail just by the way I look.
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And it's a very specific drunk too.
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It's not just like every time I'm drunk, I turn into this—
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I think she's some sort of tortoise gambler or something.
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Okay, Gintars, remember the deal is, you cannot tell Nikolaj you're his father.
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Who Gintars?
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I'm Billy Hanukkah.
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I'm from the Bronx, Manhattan.
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I eat pizza at Famous Ray's.
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Okay, well, no need to get too specific or offer up any backstory.
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What makes her beautiful?
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Everything.
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She's perfect.
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I like her nails.
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Okay, be more specific.
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I like her fingernails.
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I like her purple dress.
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What about her looks?
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Hell of an ass.
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Now admit what you did!
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I have done a lot of bad things today, and it's not even lunchtime yet.
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So you're gonna have to be more specific.
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You're the one who leaked all our embarrassing secrets!
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The Omni-Leaks!
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The Omni-Leaks?
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The Omni-Leaks!
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You keep saying it like I know what that is.
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Sport stacking is using a set of 12 plastic cups,
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and you stack them in a very specific sequence of pyramids.
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And you are racing yourself, and you're racing a timer.
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Do you know what a gynecologist is?
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Looks at parts.
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Can you be more specific?
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Looks at parts of women and girls?
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Yeah.