walletnoun

  • ja財布、札入れ
  • ena small case used for carrying and keeping paper money and credit cards in

Examples

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7:30 / --:--
Mute
1.
I never found a wallet outside of an IHOP and thought about returning it
2.
but saw the owner lived out of state, so just took the cash and dropped the wallet back on the ground.
3.
Okay, that's really specific,
4.
and that makes me think that you definitely did do that.
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1:42 / --:--
Mute
1.
Hey, Jake, you know what it's time for?
2.
I sure do.
3.
Jake and Rosa's first impressions.
4.
Cast-off pattern on the far wall suggests upward knife slices.
5.
- Jake? - Wounds on the vic's back means he didn't see the killer coming.
6.
- Rosa? - Laptop, wallet, keys all in plain sight.
7.
No sign of forced entry.
8.
Doesn't connote a robbery. Jake?
9.
But it does connote that our killer was waiting for Adams in the apartment.
10.
- Did I just use the word "connote" correctly? - You did.
11.
Great.
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1:29 / --:--
Mute
1.
Hi, Joshua.
2.
It's Rachel Green from Bloomingdale's.
3.
Yeah, I was just wondering if you left your wallet at the store today?
4.
Oh, well, we found a wallet and we...
5.
The license?
6.
Well, that is a good idea.
7.
Well, let's see...
8.
This license belongs to a Mr. Pheebs.
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15:06 / --:--
Mute
1.
- Hey, Benson! - Hmm?
2.
When your face heals up and you can chew again,
3.
let’s, you and me, go grab some dinner and have some fun.
4.
By the way, I took $80 bucks outta your wallet.
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4:33 / --:--
Mute
1.
Now, I want you to go in that bag and find my wallet.
2.
Which one is it?
3.
It’s the one that says bad mother*bleep*.