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want to have toの日本語訳について

こんにちは。 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire [UK,adult版] p.751真ん中あたりの文についてです。 Harry nodded. A kind of numbness and a sense of complete unreality were upon him, but he did not care; he was even glad of it. He didn't want to have to think about anything that had happened since he had first touched the Triwizard Cup. ここで "He didn't want to have to think about anything that had happened since he had first touched the Triwizard Cup." の日本語訳は "優勝杯に触れてから起こったことについて何も考えたくなかった。" となっているのですが、なぜ「didn't want to have to think about 」が「について何も考えたくなかった」となるのでしょうか? 「didn't want to think about 」との違いを教えていただけないでしょうか? よろしくお願いします。


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普通に don't want to think about だと、 「自らすすんで考えたくはない」 have to が入ると、 状況的に考えざるを得ない、じゃあ考えようか、 ということにはなりたくない。 状況にもよりますが、日本語としては「考えたくない」としても変わらない。



回答いただきありがとうございます。 なるほど、そういうことなんですね。


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