twiceadverb

  • ja二度、二回
  • entwo times; on two occasions

Examples

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Mute
1.
I made you brownies twice and you told me you didn't like brownies.
2.
Yeah, but Cat's are... different.
3.
4.
What do you mean different?
5.
Tori...
6.
Try one.
7.
How is it?
8.
I gotta go.
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0:40 / --:--
Mute
1.
You'll figure it out as you go.
2.
Ooh, I got a two of hearts.
3.
Okay, a two means you say the same word twice every time.
4.
Oh, oh, fun, fun.
5.
When do you drink?
6.
When, when, I, I, don't, don't, say, say, the, the —
7.
Hey, no drinking 'til it's your turn.
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0:21 / --:--
Mute
1.
Done!
2.
You just finished?
3.
Well, I wanted to be thorough.
4.
I mean, this is clearly very, very important to you, to us.
5.
And so, I wanted to read every word carefully, twice.
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7:45 / --:--
Mute
1.
One Mississippi, 2 Mississippi, 3 Miss—
2.
Wait! Wait!
3.
I'm not finished counting!
4.
You sprayed my front twice!
5.
You never turned?
6.
No! I barely even got to "3 Mississippi."
7.
Mississippi?
8.
I said count to 5.
9.
Mississippi-lessly?
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1:28 / --:--
Mute
1.
What are you doing?
2.
Okay, it's "M" as in Mikey.
3.
- "N" as in Nike. - Yes.
4.
I just wanna make sure because you could be saying "M" as in Mikey or "N" as in Nike.
5.
You just said the same thing twice.
6.
No, I didn't!