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This evening, for instance, he made only one feeble attempt to avoid her commands. Then he sighed, slipped his bedroom slippers on (he'd actually only got so far as taking off his shoes and tie when she called to him), and shuffled out of the bathroom to the little cupboard in the hallway between the living room and their bedroom. この文のなかの shuffled out は、彼が足を痛めていたか障害をもっていたことを示しているのか、そういう言い回しなのかどちらでしょうか?

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この文の場合はスリッパをつっかけて歩いてますので、そのせいで足を引きずって歩いたという表現になっているのではないかと思いますが、いかがでしょうか。 ちなみに、Googleで"shuffled out of the bathroom"で検索しますと、確かに足が悪い人の話も出てきますが、ほとんどはふつうの元気な人のようでした。

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