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移す(P);遷す [うつす] /(v5s,vt) (1) to change/to swap/to substitute/to transfer/(2) to change the object of one's interest or focus/(3) to spend or take time/(4) (See 風邪を移す) to infect/(5) to permeate something with the smell or colour of something/(6) (See 実行に移す) to move on to the next or different stage of (a plan, etc.)

家族サービス [かぞくサービス] /(n,vs) (col) spending time with one's family on one's day off work/family duty

暇にあかす;暇に飽かす [ひまにあかす] /(exp,v5s) to spend all of one's free time/to spend one's time without constraint

過ごす(P);過す [すごす] /(v5s,vt) (1) to pass (time)/to spend/(2) to overdo (esp. of one's alcohol consumption)/to drink (alcohol)/(3) (arch) to take care of/to support/(v5s,aux-v) (4) to overdo/to do too much/(5) to ... without acting on it

掛かりきり;掛かり切り;掛り切り [かかりきり] /(n) (uk) being devoted/spending all one's time and energy on

構う [かまう] /(v5u) (1) (See 構わない) to mind/to care about/to be concerned about/to have a regard for/(v5u,vi) (2) to be an issue/to matter/to create inconvenience/(v5u) (3) (uk) to keep company/to care for/to look after/to entertain/to pay attention to/to spend time with/(v5u,vi) (4) to interfere with/to meddle in/(v5u,vt) (5) to tease/(6) (arch) to banish/to prohibit

使う(P);遣う [つかう] /(v5u,vt) (1) to use (a thing, method, etc.)/to make use of/to put to use/(2) (See 人使い) to use (a person, animal, puppet, etc.)/to employ/to handle/to manage/to manipulate/(3) to use (time, money, etc.)/to spend/to consume/(4) (See 言葉遣い) to use (language)/to speak

子 [し] /(n) (1) child (esp. a boy)/(2) (See 子爵) viscount/(3) (hon) master (founder of a school of thought, esp. Confucius)/(4) (See 諸子百家) philosophy (branch of Chinese literature)/non-Confucian Hundred Schools of Thought writings/(5) (arch) you (of one's equals)/(n-suf) (6) -er (i.e. a man who spends all his time doing...)

時間を掛ける;時間をかける [じかんをかける] /(exp,v1) to spend time (on doing something)

送る [おくる] /(v5r,vt) (1) to send (a thing)/to dispatch/to despatch/to transmit/(2) to take or escort (a person somewhere)/to see off (a person)/(3) to bid farewell (to the departed)/to bury/(4) to spend (time)/to live one's life/(5) to pass (down the line)/(6) (See 送り仮名) to affix okurigana

暮らす(P);暮す [くらす] /(v5s,vi) (1) to live/to get along/(2) to spend (time)

明け暮れる [あけくれる] /(v1,vi) to do nothing but/to spend all one's time doing

遊びほうける;遊び呆ける;遊び惚ける [あそびほうける] /(v1,vi) to spend all of one's time in idle amusement

流連荒亡 [りゅうれんこうぼう] /(n) (yoji) spending all one's time in idle amusement away from home/being absorbed in self-indulgent pleasures

You can spend your time in any way you want; it's your time, after all.

How did you spend your free time?

The amount of time someone is willing to spend on something may communicate how important it is to him.

Money takes a long time to earn, but you can spend it in no time.

I spend what time I can spare in reading.

It's a good paying job, but the fly in the ointment is that I'll have to spend a lot of time traveling.

Americans spend much of their free time at home.

Judy spends a lot of time looking in the mirror.

Joe spends the majority of his time in sports.

Don't spend so much time watching TV.

May sometimes spends the time by herself.

They have time to spend with their families or to enjoy their hobbies.

School is where we spend most of our time every day.

My sister spends too much time dressing.

My father spends a lot of time on his hobby.

I often spend my leisure time listening to the radio.

I love to spend time trying to put together a puzzle.

I don't spend much time preparing his English lesson.

I spend a lot of time listening to music.

I am determined to spend my lifetime pursuing my ideals.

I spend half my time going out with her.

I think it's a good idea to spend some time apart so you can see each other differently.

Senior executives spend a lot of time training their subordinates.

The new section chief seems to spend most of his time finding fault with the work of his men.

At the New Year, we spend a lot of time with our family.

Sunday is when I spend my time reading.

He didn't have time to spend with his children.

Sometimes he spends time by himself.

He had to master a lot of new information and spend dome of his own time in different parts of the country.

He likes to spend some time in solitude every day.

She spends a lot of time practicing the piano.

She spends her leisure time in making dolls.

She spends her leisure time making dolls.

After his father's death, John took to spending his time in bars.

B... But I don't spend time with you with that intention in mind...
別に 君とそういうつもりで 一緒にいたんじゃなくて...。

Been spending time with fancy folks.

Better I should spend some time with my kids.

But after quitting my job and spending time away from you, I understand now.
でも 仕事 辞めて 離れてみて分かったんだ。

But he refused to spend any more time with me.
2人で時間を過ごすことは しなかった

But isn't it better to spend more time on making something...

But it has a 140 years cycle and spends half its time above the water.
失われた140ギガトンは循環していて 半分は水の中にある

But it seems like the only patterns we see here are that Brian Taylor enjoyed spending time with his son.
しかし 息子との時間が全てとしか・・

But she only continued to spend her time playing a game.
さあね? でも みさ希は ゲームだけは続けていたよ

But spend my time here taking care of old people.
ここで 高齢者の方のサポートを してるんですから。

But they didn't spend a lot of time reliving the glory days.
しかし 彼らには過去の栄光を 取り戻す時間など全然なく

But, I'm really happy that we spend time together on the weekends.
? 一緒に過ごしたいんだ ?

But, until you get truthful with me, we're gonna be spending a lot of time together.
俺を信じるまでは もっと一緒の時間を 過ごしたらどうかな

By spending your precious time with your friends instead of looking at your phones all the time.
生活を共にする 仲間との時間を大切に...。

Caitlin dies, he's depressed, spends a bit of time in hospital.
ケイトリンの死後 鬱病になり 少し入院していましたが

Can I spend sometime with you grandpa after you finish?
おじいちゃん。 それ終わったら 少し時間ある?

Chan young, let's go. You're leaving tomorrow, so spending time here with her is a waste.
チャニョン行こう 明日出国するのに時間がもったいない

Clinton, you're spending too much time playing computer games.
「コンピュータゲーム ばかりするのはダメよ」

Comes from spending so much time together.

Did she spend the night somewhere else again? Where is she staying all the time?
何だアイツ また外泊か? いつもどこ泊まってるんだ

Did you spend a lot of time with Mary Beth?
メアリー・ベスとは よく会っていたのか?

Did you spend a lot of time with knives?

Do you spend a lot of time wondering what's between my legs?
そんなに私の股の間のことに 時間を割いているのですか?

Do you spend time... Wondering about the world?
世界について... 考えた事はあるか?

Do you, if you find out your neighbor's been, do you spend some time?
もし近所の人が退役軍人だったら 時間を一緒に過ごしたりする?

Don't spend a lot of time out there!

Don't spend too much time around me, trooper.

Donnelly was spending a lot of time on him.

Ever since we got here, you're talking about Erica, trying to find ways to spend time with her.
ここに着いてから エリカの話ばっかり 彼女との時間を作りたいんでしょ

Every time I spend the night, your mom slaps me on the behind and says, go get 'em.
お泊まりをさせて頂く度に アナタのお母様は私に "早く襲って来なさい" と

Every time he sits to write, a new attack is launched against him, and he spends too much time defending himself.
邪魔が入って 書くことが出来なくなるの 身を守ることにばかり時間をとられてしまうわ

Every time you and I need to discuss how we spend our nights.
毎回 君と私は我々がどのように 夜を過ごすか議論する必要がある

Finish the remodeling, spend some time with Tracy.

For people who are spending some time with us.
我々のために滞在して くれる人たちのための

For spending my time fighting for my life and never getting to tell anyone because I might endanger them?
休みなく命かけて戦うため 秘密をしっかり守るため さあ どうぞ

From now on there is a necropsy, I spend my leisure time listening to memories of my grandmother!

Guess you and I'll be spending some time together.

Have a little bit more time to spend with their grandchildren.
孫と過ごす時間を もっと持てるようになるかもしれません

Have you time to spend this money? What money?
この金を使う時間はあるの? - 何の金?

He did, however, spend quite a bit of time using the game's chat function.
彼はログオンしていたが ほとんどゲームの チャット機能を使っていたんだ

He has practically no time to spend together with his daughter.
娘と 一緒に会う時間が ないぐらい

He needs to spend time and make efforts.

He spends a lot of time and he gets nothing. For me, it's very disappointing.
時間をかけて得るものは無い 非常に残念です

He spends a lot of time out at his other properties.

He spends a week at a time with a family.

He spends most his time in Indian territory these days.
ほとんどの時間を インディアン保護区で過ごしてる

He wants to spend time with his family.

He wants to spend total quantity time together.

He was fixing up the fireplace so we could spend more time up there.
暖炉を修理していた 多くの時間を過ごしていた

He won't spend all of his time thinking about the past.

He's been spending all his time with whatever that is.
「natural」は抜いたんですから 打ち切りは ありませんよね

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