weaponnoun

  • ja武器、兵器、凶器
  • ensomething (e.g. a gun, knife, club, or bomb) used for attacking or for defense or during war

Examples

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Drop your weapon.
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Private Anthony Petrocelli, United States Army.
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That's not my goat.
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- Let's do this, already. - Oh, woah, woah.
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What do you got, there? A weapon?
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It's a nice watch.
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I don't wanna break it on your ribs.
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- Huh. Alright, let's do this. - Alright.
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Question.
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If I don't care about my watch, can I use it as a weapon?
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What do you mean?
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Well, it's sharp. It's metal.
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I think I can do some, you know, serious damage with it.
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When I realized what my weapons were capable of in the wrong hands,
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- I shut it down, stopped manufacturing. - Tony...
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You chose to do that.
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If we sign this, we surrender our right to choose.
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Draw your weapon.
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And... disarmed.
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You're getting pretty quick and disarmed — Okay.
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I don't need to take your weapon.
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Do you remember the first time you killed someone?
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Yeah.
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We weren't a family that carried guns
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or any kind of weapon for violence or anything, though.
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Have you ever pulled out a gun,
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and have to shoot the gun at someone?
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I have never had to shoot my gun.
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I usually just like to use a taser, to be honest.
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I don't like anything like that,
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but it just depends on what kind of weapon they may have.
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Alright, well, talk to me.
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I got a felony for aiding and abetting a felon
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in the unlawful possession of a firearm.
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I reconnected with a old boyfriend, and he had a felony.
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Long story short, he fired my weapon off in my apartment.