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和訳をお願いします。

和訳をお願いします。 お願いしたいのは(4)の文です。 前後の文脈が合ったほうがいいかと思うので、 載せておきます。 (1)What are rights? (2)If you ask ordinary people what exactly a right is, they'll probably be at a loss, and won't be able to give a clear answer. (3)They may know what it is to violate someone's rights. (4)They may also know what it is to have their own right to this or that denied or ignored by others. (5)But what exactly is it that is being violated or wrongly denied? (6)Is it something you acquire or something you inherit at birth? よろしくお願いします。

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彼ら(一般の人々)は、これやあれに対する自分自身の権利が他人に否定されたり無視されたりすることがどんなことかも、知っているかもしれない。 ちょっとだけ解説すると what it is  それ(=後で出てくる to have以下をさす)がどういうことか to have their own right denied or ignored 彼ら自身の権利が否定されたり、無視されたりすること right to this or that あれやこれに対する権利(=「いろんな権利」のようなニュアンスだと思います)

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